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EXAMI NATIONS

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f hio., old n.iml

f hi.., ".1rlikL di poi ion anti p.1rtly

Pr bably at prL:SLnl he is in a g«1sL us c nditi 11,

pr ,; ied

h re i.., a rc.1-.on ior il, liut

This 11la11L t still ke p. its p Jar

old :we<le11, a thing \\hirh gin-s hi. hcacl a swLlkd il from

of

..,milin r fa L, i.., \\Lll "Orth attu1tion ,,

all'il

Another mighty pland is. I.1rs, nallH;cl partly UL to rhyrrn.: with Lar_. "hos1. sou he is.

rich

.111

indi!>i oluhly linked t gLlhLr that it i... ofttn h.inl to ttll

all thl l'r fs and pursUL'> thL rno.,t · 1 picyC'lic path

mar hy c nditi n owing t

.1g1·

<lul to h ·r hc.1utiful ... tr.1\\

to" anl Olll, it;., c L1imL l

al kcl "!:rank" l1el'.ius1. of hi

The m on. h \\L\'Lr,

l'Jd,1d...,, ch 1rl:

f th

.:arth 1n . L11ag "L s to gL t a:r und Olll'e ,1 yL"ar a conlin'

which, though th

phases

-;1...iLr

ay thL)' han: su:n a11y horns.

scheduk kept in th1. Ethi he

Jo..,

h,1s .1ctul \ILll hLr p.1rt upon nL·ry..,

.tr<.: SOlllL\\ h.1t irn.li. tin t. hut this i

:\'ow comt: L:arth aml moon .

which i

j.., of 1011r"'1 1'1· HI cig11i11 d.

· t 11ot liL .1U..,L of Iii.., .1pp1.1r.tm1· i11

p1.ri01l, and th1 curn11t lnli f i ... th.it h1

1111es YL·nu , surnamul "Cray," probal 1l y lh

e Yl'ni11g star. \'L:ry <lramati afL:l'f.

1,

<k'> ription

E\h-11 !.tag«· oi d1.\ 1 pm..11L

hLr

1111i\1r

di'><'«rnililL .it his gr .1 lL ..,l tlo 11ga l io11 during th

is n kd f r his hriLf sy11odi Thl'n

\O\\ II

hll 11 J1h11t11gniph d, .11111

imp ssihk hLfL', hut a fL'\\ \\Or!h \\ill '>lll J(•1 '>0 th.it thL prin ip.d l1011i1 ... Ill.LY clnss-r 0111.

0 11 t

Ll :all •I .,.., o;t.1bh Ulli\'11 1 1111 fin.

-;pul arou nd i11 LC'. 11tri.

li.L...

.\11 thL·r

uall li:alll.

with

up i11 .111oth r .

large in bulk, 1.iut th<:r1. i· difficulty in catchiug him with mortal

ope he present

alculated hi

Xeptune al ·o i · ..\

ldom

u1 becau

e

\'t:red at Pi h u'

of hi

t

brt:adth of hi.

of . u h brid perio<l .

rbit,

Ferry.

rapid gc it and hi. per i ten yin mindiug hi

a balan ing power ht: i. uece

,- iew s upon Psychology.

but his c n. tancy in pur.uing hi.

f th· time O\\; ng to th

approache. and make tht: m

di co\·ert:d at Philli p s and re-di

own bu int: . .

many an malie.

Though u11seen mu h

ary, ancl he i

The be. t way to arre. t hi

20

lllO\'l..!lllt:nts i

known to bold up to atlclre

bim a

to date

"Hert."


all the pland . TherL' are many m re th:·cribed in lext-b k ·a s1nalkr sly slandered, ·ince they excdl in quality as much as thL'\· l.1ck

- -or an.:: the

pl, net. which han: been err iu iuautity.

F r exampl.:, C re . who i

·cattl ring abr a l eed Juno wh .t:rYe

f wi.d m in th

auticipales the "

a. a

racle"

still searching for a Pr erman diak

f Jupikr with an "E h

laudarcl by whi h to weigh the

f unu ual word .

Tran lated into :\ng-1

\"ict ria, out: of the robe , cut a :\lexantler.

/;,

cial planets.

·t. known

"

erpine au<l in ·iJ1:11tally ally a

•·Ralph."

f ringing- t:xcdleucL and

LhLr pland.�. al o u ell as a walkilll( dictionary

Saxon his namt: i

fteu tak1:n for a

spelled :\-11-g-i- -r.

tar is named becau

f it

Patieu · Philo ophu .

n:n:cl iu '9 and named i11 full

. F. T., a truly u dul pland n tetl f r a--iduity autl ua11H:tl in true American 777, noted

m:n:r be u

lllL'

la. ifi.:d with

e twin

han:- '"L ng" been known and 11 t a- liltli: "Thyng.." uumL·r u·t

.-\ll(l then: are lhcr. t g

ften

pher

out

of baseball, 111u ical. aud mini ·tt:rial brilliancy, wlti h han·

hi· sy tc.:111 until re L·ntly,

but arL n w au imp rlatJt part along w'ith th

the gri:at I

in <:rity �111d Cliristian drtuL , probauly ·truck thi-

I r

"

tyh:

F uud Tryiuu." C. C. K .,

ro\·al

mode, and might fittiu<tly be callt:d F.nreka but i· .p ken f b lanicall): as

>I. P. P.. a plaud of arti.tic and literary ,·.ilue, di

1

">lax"imu

1

\\ing t

their "SpL ial knden iL·s.'' tar· who, owi11g to lixL·cl 1 itio11s,

me11ti u.su h as "BarkLr," pr b..ihly thr wn offfro111

-t.1r while in a ,. rcl.111t ·tuge. n " coolul to 111 lla.1ti< n; ancl. la. t hut uot

le· t. that el ugakd ma

f ndrnl u::. matti:r for "hich thL· large·t :tatL in lht· l"uiou h.is

been named. Havin

m1:11tioned a few detail. pertaining to lhi· uni,·erst:. it

eems proper t

pause am!

rdk t upon the great thing it ha. ace 111plished. T

b gin with, a

orcling t

the theory of e,·oluti u "hich the da;..

iu Elhi · has

sati fact rily pro\•ed and maintaitJe 1, thi: 111ust b · thL greak. t system yet.

For"ho can

1loubt that"Tlu ucrh lliL· ages oue iucrLa. ing purp - ... ruu ."

_

-ot

w n

Solar, then, hut: lu' i thL ju. t title f thi" sy;.te111.

It has Lclitl:<l Lhe ' lhy,

tories,

ixtee11 Colby ' , broken th· rc:c rel f r hammLr thr wing, pul four men on thL· gk1..·

dub, two up n lhL dramali lighted the library f r a precedent by \la·

stage, and has l>Len repres1..11lL' l in c!Lbak with Ball..

c ming ge111..rati 11-, con,· ·rtl.'d

f di

outiuuing yL·llow .'oph mori

ountlt:ss !->Oul

t

It ha:

better li\·ing. ·et

journalism. and has li1·e<l a life

.;obriety whi h will pr bably uen·r he excelled.

F r futur· cle\·dopmenls the rL·acler bur red t wat h the likrary aml . cientifi j uruals. Like thL· g od l<l Ulll\'L'r e in which WL' !in:"e know not whither ur C'la i. tending,

hut rL t

ulent that it i

fulfilli11g th�· pnrp :e f r which it wa· de·igned.

_(


of

Class

'fuss )'r·ll:-'Rah

WOMEN. 'Rah 'Rah. 'Rah 'Rah,'] ah'.

LI po1rni

u uJ'Twv, y ·s w

NtKTJ trrn, now t ilby !

fuss

1902.

ar . ,

you

rinct en-Two.

'oily!

0/01-.-; ;-Crims n and \ hilc.

FICEl?S:

·arah l' ob •rt" Pre id ·nl.

Lnis M ·

rv ',

Flor 'n ab 1 Richard. on Po t. Edna

id ·nt.

\'ice-Pr c

\\'ii kin , Sc retaq and Trea urer.

w •n, Prophet. .ra

Bickndi. l lj torian

nd rgracluatc .

Gra e Balentine ,\<ldr\!

E X E C U T IV E C O M M I T T E E.

:\ugu

Blanche I ratt, farcrar

ODE

l

ina I

22

.

.,. ,,,. .... .. _

-

-

-

··--

lby

C O M M I T T E E.

llie L vering.

-

·

1errill.

Marion Reed,

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t

r


SENIOR HI �TORY. w

"lE:l\l .

�(HERE w re. in a fair

hamber,

ch..: t . uatteretl nud bauby. h

t, ea h difft:reut fr m the

painted green aud wa

four m..:m ry

They wen.:curiou

ther..

The fir t wn

orn::nueutc:d with large bra

tack , forming the word .-"Fr..:. hmeu 1902. 'en:nteeu girl

uatht:r.:d iu the chamber

uce w r

lit: day

hi<lden in U1e

at the tr a nr

-and to talk of that past iu whi 11 they had all

hared, and of th.: future that each nm t li\'e for

ht:r elf.

mebow a

But

ilence fell np u them

wheu they op ned the gret:n ch..: t tn:a 1ut: , oue by oue.

ti n, faded and t rn, lo lht: fir tHall w en nTel.

Y. \\". C ...\.

rc:ct.:pti f b

Then came a pilt:

uer, au .Ugo:brn, d g-earetl and tear- laiut:d.

ut its

au indta-

Xe:d a kuot of ribb u th t recalletl our reek. Latin, and French, and in a bott m of the

peanu

ud to k

Firt lht:n: wa

of tb1.: Peanut Drunk and the Fre h-

man Exit. \rhen the

fir

t

he t had ut:t:u emptied of i

gloomy affair in black with a lurid

\\·hen

yellow .

the lid wa rai. ed, what

t r , the girl -b ue

kull

turut:d t

done in rt:d

jumble of memento

th.:

and

econd, a ulphur u

was di clo ed !

A water­

pail and a tin horu occupied pr minent po iti u , along with ma k, r d and bla k. too, wa

a

Edith'.

Wa hingtou

Florene

or­

be.: t were a ft:w moldy

aniua

poon from the

· urubn::lla.

Party.

Inn, and any 1iumb r

Be ide a muddy cap of

Here, al

, wen: b

f littl

Then:,

flag -all that wa

... 'ellie' , n:po ed the remain

k , c n pi uou

warped and bli tert:d by rain-water. The next c11e t wa. a

ober brown,

ugge th·

of Juni r dignity autl beariug th.: lecrend

"Juui r Ea e."

n lifting the lid, au inum:n t: n te-b ok wa

of tbc.:

hemi try w.

he ·t.

written

on it

co,·er.

di cl

B1.:nc.:atlt

ed, quilt: filling lh

top

were

aud

dance-order

ill\-itation , mingled with Eugli h articlt: . _

·o,,

nly on

he ·t wa

left, beariug 011 it.

, l wly, rdnctanlly Lb· lid wa laid away.

rai ed.

11 t p each girl pla t:d ht:r

\\'hen all' a

done they

c ver an antique.: lamp on a pile.:

Then: each mem ry

f Lhc.:

eui r year wa

ap and g ' n and hard-wou dipl ma.

ealc.:d lhe che t

aud' ent away.

23

I b

k .

car fully


y.. � .•.

...

_filQGRRPHIES Of SENIOR CLASS. ...

. 'oah \" ·rnnn lbrJ..L·r, 10

l orth

arihou lli�h .'dw

'hi-.:.

!uh, I·

Ur.1111ali

�arleton Bean, J. Y. 2

Coburn Classical

orth

I11.titute,

. econtl Eutrauce Pri1..

·eco11d ( Lati n )

•.

le11tio11 in

Class

olle<r

;

'

�lint n.

; \".

Hon rary junior Parl;

er111a11, 3;

. .\

r.

·

.\ .

;

'opbomore De laruation;

·ociate Editor

'foa st lll ast er, 3 ; 1\ddr .

1 I o11 rab1e ra

le,

3;

to Cndergraduate .

..J; Das Dreibuucl.

-4

J.

ariho11.

<•>

oi l ·gc.

l. '96. 'las-.

Ode Co11wiilkc, .), �;

Bryau Cluh; Colhy

Ralph

ell.

..

lli lori;111. 1, 2, �:

'hair111.111,

I.

Colby

Debntin� Cluli; l'ia111�t lolby


uy \ ilbur

hipman, cl>. �-

r2

orth

" .

E . Raymond.

oll ge.

In titute, '97: Ex-Colby, '01; Y. M. C. A . ; la Execu tive Com m i t t e, 3 ; l a ta h tlciau, 4 ; Republican lub, 3; oufer nee Board, 4; ollege Dramatic , 2, 4 · ?.Iana<Ter Colby Dramatic lub, .i. P

1111

11

Lew •

\! illiam Winter

lyde

k owh

Ea t Fairfi Id.

7 Club;

25

kowh gan .


J u l i u. 1 1 ""'� 1 r c l l ' rt>t•porl

l f ig h

H rad f rd I · o�g .

·h · m i al 1 l ;d l . ch nl

'

(),, ;

..l Y. F n t•p1 11 I .

ll1m d 11 i 11 ,

·rJ7

( 1111 1•

yut r) ; E p i c u n . 1 n ' J u h ; J h l i . 1 t i 1 1 g J u l , , L a '' ' ) u h : l ud ia 1 1 C l u h J J ri l l , 2 ; :\ l a r ... lt;d J I i� l d 1 1:1 \ , 2 ;

Ll a1kr

l u b J 1 h a t; , � ; Jll' p u b l i c . l l l l' l n h . 3 . l u l l r- l 'ol i t i n l J\l a 11ngt r Col liy Storil·"· ' ; .\ ... i ... 1 : 1 1 1.t :\ l a n aj.( r F <1t • l ­ l ia l l 'l't>a 1 1 1 , 3 ; :;\ J a n al-{t.r, I ; l 'a r t rn g A d t l r\" ""'· o f t h 1. " C . "

\\'l·an:r

ngi r L u 1 .

Fairfi e l d .

2

ur ·au CJ u h : : C l b) L:I \\ C l u l 1 , '.

l I

r b • r t Lee

kcr

ray J. . K . E . Orth C IJ

Bangor .

; F re h 1 1 1 a 1 1 H.eatl­ Ri C l as. ical I n . t i t u te , ' i 1 1 g : j u n ior E x b i h i t i 1 1 ; Col 1 e�e Dra m a tic . . 2, -1 ; Presi < l e n t o l b y Dra m a t i l' l u h . -1 ; Rep r t r i a l :taff C l b v hcllo, 1 , 2 ; :\ e w · E d i tor, 3 ; C l a. s Otk Co m m i ttee, 4.


Bo t on Ma

F ran k Perc i \'al H arn i l t n �. Y.

s.

ol)eue . Foot b a l l . ; Friar ; Cla 'eminary, ' )ak ( ; roy I , 2 ; ' l a. · Basebal l , 1 � 2 ; Cla . Polo Tea m . 3 ; ' l a. u t ive C om m i t tee, C b ,ii r r u a n , � , 4 ; Ex olby B n-an Co i1 1 1 1 1 i t t ..: C l u b ; J u n i o r E x h ib i t i o n ; E x ec u t i v .:\ I a n ag r Tra k · i a tiou , .f ; .\ o l h y .\ t h k t i Tea m , .f ; Pre. i d e n t :\ Ja i n e I u k r- o l l eg i a t :\ l!J I t i .\ . o i a l i n , .J ; \\· earer f t i l e · • ' . "

P rc i \·a l Ed wa rd H a t h away , �. Y .

�o. Pari

.

:ou t i.J Pari: 1 l ig h , ch o l . '9 ; Friurs ; C l a.s R.1se­ l a : s Ha. kl'.l B a l L ha l l , 1 , 2 ; ' Y a r. i l y Hasc:ha l l . J ; Jo; .... hihi l iou , 1 , 2 ; 1 . 2 ; C l a .. l' lo 'rt-: 1 1 1 1 . ,, ; ,\ t h ! ·ti !by R e p u h l i a n � l ee C l u b, .f ; ' ) uh, 3 ; C l h y E x e u ti v t: C 1 1 1 1 1 1 i t lt:: e , .J . la

1 \ d l b rt

, <1>. �-

• .

1 1 ge .

LiYerm r "

J I L br I I .\ a d l· m y , '9 ; E p i c u rean ; c l by r eba t ­ l u h , 3 ; : phom re De l a 1 1 1 i u g ' l u h ; C lhy B rya 11 m m i t tee, 3 ; de la ali 11 ; j u u i r E x h ibition ; C l a · Orator, .J .


"h ri t i.1 11 Col um ( \

21

' ! uh :

\' .

l'riu d n

J oh n

u

J

·

m

r

rth

ac lc111y, '97 ' h a p l n i ll , 1 , 2 ; C l . 1 -. .,

l 'i l b -hury

J ;L., •

Im I" o

.\

)I .

T ! 2.

h,

aton na, M 1 1 1 0 .

l ' . ,\ , ;

'oi l · g » ;

I

1.. ., ) 1 11 1 : . 1 1

: <· r · t a r� ,

l ' n -. i 1 k 1 1 t ,

I

R

.1tl i11 ' :

i , I > lmt i 11 K

J>

1 g'al

lo

o u f · rc m· c , 1 ; J >e i l- Ka h.' to . ·ortl.t lil 1 1 ! , :\ ·

t l an cl

.

1, '9 ; Dn. D rcihu n u ; C l a s · la l ' ropb d , 3 ; ' l a . s E x e u ­ 'ol hy Che C l ub : lhr Oehat­ R ry u n C l u b ; Mau 1 l i u - , u ilar rche t ra , 31 -I ; ,'e ond G e rm.rn Prize ; C l ru: Tra k Te am . 1, 2. �. 4 ; F re s h m a n Track 1\I cet , lby \' . Bowd i n : ' \" ar'i t \• Tra k Tea m , 2. 3. -1 ; ' \ ' a r. i ty Football Team , 3, A o­ ciate E d i tor Ora l<:, 3 ; R e portorial ta ff Ech , -I :

a rib u V i ce-Pre i cle u t , 1 1 2 t i v e Com m i t tee, -1 ; ing lub ; Colby l u b , 1, 2, 3, -I ;

;

4;

\\·earer of t h e " C . "

'.\C artin

H n ry Lon • ' , � .

5

la

uth

Den ver, C o l o . o l le e.

: Epi u rea 1 1 C l 11b : o b u r n C l a i a l I n titute. ' F o tb a l l Team, 1 , 2. 4 ; l a . H a . 1:ball T ea m ,

1, 2 · la Track Team , I , 2, 3, 4: A l b l dic E x h ibi­ tion , I . 2 ; Fre hman R ea d i u g ; .'opb m n: Declama­ P re: i d e u t , ; D t i n ; J u 1 1 i or E x ll i bi t i o n ; Chu bati n g C l ub ; Colby Law l u b , C llairman E x ec u ti n· o w m i t tee, 4 .

28


C harle

�- Y.

Franci orth

B a n gor

\.". M .

,

H igh

. A.;

Bangor.

ol lege . '97 ;

o l by Debat i u o-

Ex-Colby, l ub ,

opbom ore Debate ; J u n i or E x h i b i tiou :

h ib i ti o n ;

A

ociak E d i t o r

rac l e ,

ur r, 4 .

M ax Pat t n Ph i l b r i c k . .i . K . E .

I3 \Val rvi l l e

man , 4 ;

rth

'0 1

·

ecretary, 3 · enior E x ­

Cla

Tr

a -

\\ at rvi l l .

l lege . U1 r

D cla-


J I a r ry l � ug

·n ·

Frye �eh ol , p u l i l ie.111 Jloo t l ia l l ,

t i.it

J >i k "

'9''$ ; E

1 11 1 > , ,, ; C l . t<..,

2 : ' \" , 1 r..,i t r

"C. "

,,_

�.

_ J .'o u t h C >11 ·g

ll:i

t 1 J11 , :\ f a.

·.

'02 : J l ri.1 1 .. ; l{ t ­ 1 '11)11 'l\·. 1 1 1 1 , ' ; S 11 l.st i t 1 1 l 1 ' 1 1.d l . 2 . :; . 1 : \\'t·.1 r. r , ,(

l l.1n anl,

I T arry Em ry Pr:i. t t , �. � - <-1 . Live rm re Fa l l : .

7 North

' oll g -Th

I.

f

J l ap py .

th

\ \ ' d la n l J T i ram l o k w uod , Z . \II .

'cnt r .

oi l ge . ' · la · Ra eball, 1 . 2 ; e oud , 4 ; Cla Track Team, 1 . apta i u , r ; \"ars i t v Tm k T e a m , 1 ; ' \"ar i t y Footba l l , 2, �. 4 ; Exccuti,·e C om m i t tee A t h l etic A ociatiou , 3. 4 ; Chairman Football ub-c m rn ittee, 4 ; . o p h o m ore Dec l a m a t i n . :ecc>n<l las Prize ; e n i or E x h i bi tion ; l a. C rator, ,1 , de Com m i ttee, 4 Pre. i lent Debati n g C l u b , 4 ; earcr of t h e " . "

Kent'

Ba.

ba l l

2, 3,

4;

Hill

Tea�1 .

;

;

\\'

30


H a rry

her m an Ryder <I>. �. 0 . orth

r7 Kent'

Hill.

97 ;

u t h t rn

E x - l' n i n:r i t y o f

i fo r n i a . '0 1 ; E a krt<l C l b y

Y . "°'I . C . .\ . ; C l a

o. An on.

College .

' h a p1ai n ,

1 9ni

1

;

al-

i u t h e ] u n i r y ear ; ! b y D t l ati ng C l u b .

Leon

, a m be t t a

·auncler , Z. '11 .

F h i l lip tba l ! 1 �:a u i . 2, 3 , 4 ; ' \·ar ity F h a 1 1 1 pio1 1 , 2 , 1 ; Ba · ba l l T1:am , 2 , 1 , 4 ; Teu u i . T . A . :\fret a t Lougw od Repr e e u ta t i n : at X . E . I . ; l u b, 2, 3. i u . i n g k a n d D o u b l e. , 2 ; Colby . ke Leada, 1 • 4 ; : 1 i · t. 2 ; a a rtetk, 2 , • 4 ; D i re lor o f C a n ta ta . 4 ; \\·ear1.r of t b " . "

. ian Farwe l l Ta l or, � . K . E . oi l g . 4 outh H a m pd e n .� adtmy,

' 97 · F. x - C l b y,

JI

m pden .

'0 1 ; Fr

.

hman

T ra k T · a m , la. leet , Colby v s . B w d i u ; tba l l , , 4 ; P 1 0 Tca11 1 , 3 ; ' Var ity F 2, 1 , 4 ; Cla 3; J u n ior E -x hibiti u , :ec ml Pri1.e ; ' l as · Tn:a urer, Tra

k

C l a. . H i

l

ria u ,

; \\"t:arer

f the " C . "

31


F reel \i

Ro .

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fi��n·��cd

sociabi l i t

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"ntert!d politics BPauty Never "''ears • C harcoal

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p l i n g t he '>he\1-

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W O R T H Y OF B E I N G .

' T o be self-supporting Y o u n g again

To get a girl

T o make a happ}' l l o l me ( s )

!\I o r e favored by t he Freshman co-ords An aristocrat

T o IJ.!come a statesman Better To � i ng l i ke Pad· An i n mate of t he D ut to n ere \\ sk1 l l oui.e T o marry st y le A descendant of Epicurus T o l i ve i n aStone house A brother o f :il achiavelli T 1 1 t e 1'1 aude • A co-ord ':i,�� �1 : T o make money T o t ra , e l

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To h:i ' e pe,lple we \ or k ma n throuirh \

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\ Phi lade l r h i :i L a " } e r

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PO I N T .

Balentine . . . . · 1She never speaks of S he's all r i g h t Not >•et discovered herself el s ��11�:?1 ma r :utt1ng . � Plugging g�1�� � : : : : : : : r l ���� t �ker l s n m� �PJ;�� idly null Stet r ��;d u p l er O u t of sight ���l : : : : : : : : : : � m�5�� i n d. Lovering . . . . . . Pret t y much the real Detter seen than heard Her l a u g h 1 thing Merrill . . . . . . . . 0. K . Q ua n t i t y not quality l ier appetite A I ways contrarvMeserve . . . . . - !Superior Disposition minded N ash . . . . . . . · · · 'Q uite a sport Improving Brctherly love Owen . . . . . . . . . . I M ighty cute girl Edna? Oh l she's a bird Law not order Beats the Dutch Poor . . . . . . . . . . ·\Takes the cooky A bsent-mindedness Pratt · · · · · · · · · · J ust about right S o me t i mes wronir Giving advice I I Procrast i nation Reed . · · · . . . · . . Depends on t he " A rt istic I weather W ish there were mnre The El 11 Richardson . . . " Lame like her l Doesn't be l o ng in this K eeps r u l es R oberts . . . . . . . Below par world J Wilkins . . . . . . . I observe seven Sun- Yes. butA rg u ment D is p u t a t i o n Williams . . . . . . 1 R�;1�5r�a'bf:�udgment Too positive

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1 f i t o ri a n .

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h a pl a i n . C h arle

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n

tch ley, P r l h t

E X E C U T IV E C O M M I TT E E .

Louis Colby

W i l l iam H l bro k H a w

tear ns, J r . harle

W i l on

tchl

O D E C O M M I TT E E.

Roger F rederic Brunel .

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v i l l iam M ar t o n H use Teague . 46

r o by \' a h bu r n .


E l mer \ esley A l le n , A.. T. n. Fred :L\ l i l tou -� Hen ,

Harold C harle

28

Vassalboro

arleton Arey, A. T .

Camden

\ i l 011 Atchley, cf> . A .

J o h u " i l OU Bartlett,

18 s. c .

Waterville

. T. n.

Bath

Roger Frederi k B r u n e l , A .

23 C. H.

Lewiston

. T . n. K. E.

heppard E mery B u t ler, � . K . E .

13 S . H.

Waterville A ugusta

A rthur DaYe u port C o x , 4> . A .

i"ltft. Hope.

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16 C. H .

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A l l e n Clark , � . I\ . E .

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lover, cf> . A . ,

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No. Haven

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1903 .

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YPll

:-Ph i ;

h i ; Gam m a ; Theta ;

lpha ; Tau · " igma ; Beta ; Tah<> µ.oVYJ �s £an'

Col by ! Colby ! i n e t cc n -Th ree ! 7rpWTOt 8� £<rµ.tv aEt apt<rTOt iv TW 7iAYJBtt . I n the pu h ' e JI ah ay b , ' Rah ! ' R ah ! Rah . f r m O F FI

lice l�l m i ra

T wne

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e n -Th r

E. R .

ident . l ay

lie

mith \ ice- Pre iden t . M artha Ben on H op kin ,

e retary .

E a M ay J ohn on, Trea urer. Loi Ea ton

H oxi , P

t.

M artha Benson H p k i n s , Pr phet . Bertha M abel H ol me. ,

H is t o r i a n .

E X E C U T IV E C O M M I TT E E .

Bet ey Adam

Edith

kel · ,

ena Bicknell ,

Nellie M ay V orth . O D E C O M M I TT E E .

M a rio n

El iza

G ra e E loi e ·warren ,

tover Gertrude B e l le M oody. 49


1� H S .

1\ 1 1 E J\ 1 1

Ed ith

Cena B i k u e l l ,

B . <I>.

J,. H.

Rockland

s J'. J I .

/-/011/ton A uburn

J�

P ica. a n t P l .

Portland 2

iva1er11il/e M i ld red

jenk

,

Eva l\Ia) Joh nson ,

/,Vestboro, ,Wass.

B. <I> .

2. p ::\Iain . t..

3

Portla11ti Canaan l2

Cherryfield

E l l a 1\I a y Alic

' tover, 1 3 . �.

l\ I a y Worth .

I.. H.

e n ler ' t .

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iva1er11ille

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l D. H .

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Tol ma n .

E l m i ra Towne,

5

2 D. H .

orway

f a rion R l iza

Pl .

2 P. TI .

Houlton

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u. n.

' c u ter

3 D. H .

4 D. H .

/ V is/brook

East Corin/It

50

15

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J U N IOR H I TORY.

A

WO l E:N .

G A L• t h e curtain i rai e d u p o n n ew c- ne . drama of 1 903 are bd re us.

.-\ !ready th

nc

more the familiar actor

two fir t act

ba,·e

recorded in hi tory, yet a bri f r ,;t:w may bri n<r tho

to tht: mind of the

pectator .

former c nt: more clearly

Twenty-nine i n nocen t maiden

app ar d fir t upon the

11 entered under a

taue, form ing tbt: joyful , h appy choru .

but grad ually th lead be:: au t

tand rd

uited to

how their po\ er

and take

who

m

f equality,

e naturally

their place:: a t th e fr nt.

!!id

of th e

been completed and

Ther w rt: om

lt:brity for bri l liancy

for b auty,

om e:: for wit. and om for

remark able g o l n e u t

.

Among th

n u mbe:: r

f und utterly lacking ; each

!.:rirl could boa t of ome di tin ctiou . ually th

actor

he::r , until,

as

rad ­

began to dr p off in n u ru­

we again behold the e:: n tt:riug

ch ru , we ha,·e:: bdore u. but ixt cu . They ar UH: amc: bright and happy girl , ouly a littl

obe:: r d by time and work .

\\' h en

lht:y fir t made their app arau e:: upon th e tag

£ College Life, they w re " fre

h"

from hom and u n touched b y any

t:riou

th ought of care or ' orry.

It wa

a new

t:x peri nee, but no faul t could b

found

with th eir perf rmance.

A t tht: end of th

fir t act th y were wel l fitted to en ter upon th

training of a new cla

of " "C oder tud-

Their enth u ia m

w

omewhat

dampen d (a cau e

of

ome di approval of their method .

How \'er, th there wa

girl

alway

faikd to appreciat

ndoubtedly th y w re "too con picuou . "

r v-ived and Cl a . , pirit remained ever troug. auy amou n t of fun .

their opportu nitie for a good ti me in lif .

tain for the third time w

ee l ight chan e .

51

Th

actor hay

During the first two acts la k i ng,

\Vhateyer d e wa

tow a 1

1 903

we rai

girl

nev r

the cur­

arned that life upon uch


a . t.ag1: req u i r · s h a rd w r k .

with

c ns i l l a l t i t

the larks tha

A t first i t Sl"l:llH'Cl a joll • l ark , 1 1 1 i 1 1 g l u l ( l i u t 11 '\ lr t rn u b l u l

ugh l-; o f s o m e t i 1 1 1 1: ' cu i n a l .

l l l USl be

r k i llg i u

W h y ar

e, n. . "

r tr r i n K t

gni n som

·

t b i: r ·a l m <, of

I r . J f u , J q•'

pli u

, \ g. i n t h ey m u y hL· p u r i n g O\' r beau t i f u l l y b o u n d b ok

in · p i rn l i n , i f µ . s i h k , from t h ·

' er s .

of lh · d ra m a .ire far m re l i lfic u l t to

" j u u i r En.

·

''

pri n g fr 1 1 1 ?

c l a s , b i h ·a11 111 a i n t n i 1 1 i l u e l 1 l re t h e

pla e. on l b L· . tagc

·.

pi.Ir s t h l j u n i or., m u-. t

p · r for m .

\\" i l l.re,

I r . l l u x l y' ·

mic d

" I 1 1 1 1 1 la r y

ak · i n t h i

, \\ h re clid th

U1 i nl a t

ao ci\· n t pli r

•t:t u 1 j y l i f · · 0 hd1 i ll<i t h ·

d raw n l w fore t h e fa m i l i a r fa

T h e n t h · l ast at•t w i l l I

f l i fe .

'h

l i brary, ga i n i n K

pi n i u s ha\ L h a u n t ed UH · slagL.

h iKh . ta 11 c l i u g a 1 1 c l

u rt a i n m u s t b

ag ai n 1 ut a s i n gl e t i 1 1 1

Th

icl L..i.s i ll iu th

\\' h a t n r

• L

.' u rc l y , l l O l frc 1 1 1 Colhy a tors ; f< r . i n L l i u J L i m m · m orial

h L· m i st ry all l e a r l · ed i tions of lh

n

ckar

i t i . t h e: l h o u j{ h t s 1 1 {

m pl y n t 1'1 1 a pll ?

mny u · see11 rkl p in

u • tiu1 · th y

le �

·a r t t Lst ; b u t 1 1 0 \\

· t h · j u u i r <, u 1 t

·

of

1

3, t

For l n n a t C'l l l . . " lie rais d

u1 c l ·d , n n c l t h l· pl ay l r '> \\ i l l la k L t h t i


Glass of la

s

1 l!ll : - ' R ah

1904 .

M E N. ! ' Rah ! ' R ah ! ' R ah !

i net een -Four,

' Rah ! ' Rah ! ' R ah ! Rah ! N ineteen-Four T[v€c; fop.iv

·

TLV€<; fo1u0v·

£crµ.H 1TaVTWV apLCTTOt. \

e our color never lower, ol by .

olby !

OFFI

Lou i

ineteen-Four !

E RS.

rth ur Hammond, Pre iden t . August us H arry Pierce,

ice- r e ident .

eorge Edward Tol m an, \ \ illiam

ecretary and T reasurer.

l bert C wing, Toa tmaster. ernon

tanley Ame , Chaplai n . J oh n B lake R obert , Poet .

E X E C U T IV E C O M M I TT E E .

Ralph Perkins N orton ,

Fra n k H o race L igh ton , H e r ey R oy K ene.

53


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t a 1 1 ky . \ me. , ..... . T .

n

Ik 1 1 j a 1 1 1 i n E rw i n H ra 1 1 1 1 . Z . 'i' .

a rl

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J �· .

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an

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ra e

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ll m ner

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4

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e,

Z . '1t .

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,'J./ass.

W. Brooksville

Fran k W a

h i ngtou

Tarb

A lbert A n e l Towne,

6. T.

Georo-e Edward Tol man, Ed' ard B u rton

\ iu

1 1 , Ll . K . E .

l ow ,

Fran k Ed\rnrd \Yood,

_.. _ I\ . E .

6 . I\ . E .

A . 'l'. 0 .

Smyn1a ,1fills Norway Westbrook Saco Bowdoinham

54

s.

.

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s.

c.

22 c. J I .

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I ier

l.

1 1 t . t.

5 c. 1 1 .

II.

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Fort Fairfield

u g u t u Harry

1 ·r

2.j " · c .

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:t.

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1 9 s. 3

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..T

SOPHOMORE H ISTORY.

R E ophomore ar all righ t . A n yone who chanced to be iu th yici nity of Old Colby' dormitorie on c rtain evening d urincr the year would hay h ard the abo\e tribute cominu from the lip of mor than on poor Fre h man , a , clad i n canty raim ut, and with hi t eth chattering-not wholly becau e of th cold,tremblin crly stood h on hi study tabl e , urrouuded by a critical audience o f ophomore . Ever ince \Vt: n ­ ter d col lege w t haye a a rul been uccess­ ful · but th ere i one thing in which ·w have failed to achiev uc­ ce , and that i i n the training up in the way they h ould go of that haotic ollection of curio k oO\ n a th e F r h­ man la . And eyen h re we hav had the ati faction of k n owing that our fail u r has been d ue to no fault of ours, but that it cau e l i in the Fre hmen them eh·e . Yerily, k nowl dge and wi dom could be more readily in tilled i n to the head of a cabbage than i n to the head of a man of 1 905 . Profiting by th e.. ...: p t:ri n ee of our pr dee or we arly in the y ar abandoned on of the quondam e eu tial of a coll g education-the Horn Ru h , trusting that th Fresh man would appreciate th e pirit in whi h the reform was i n tituted . But th y, urg d on by th e J u nior , whom they in th eir verdant impl icity had con id red th eir friend , for th re i no art to find the mind' cou truction in the face, valiantly marched round the cinder track, cheering for r905 . Need le to ay, that e\'eniug they cheer d for 1 904 , and have contin ued to d o o ever ince, when reque ted . But enough of thi . \Y ha,•e tri d to do our d uty in kindne and m rcy rath r th an i n har hue and anger. But w hav been firm with them and have taken pe ial pai ns that they might n ot lo e their vigor tbrollgh lack of moi ture. Young a we are i n the an nals of Colby, we ban:, nevertht: l , ri u to a position of which " e may well be, we are, proud . \Ve are promi n nt in every bra nch of coll ge activity, from atb leti to K . K. K. \Ve have in our rank men who will attain to nothing lower than the pre idency of the country or the chieftai ncy of th Pemaquid I ndians. As we now stand upon th thr hold of a n w coll ge year, it i with mi ngled pleasur and pain that we look fono.r, rd to our next mile ton e, th J unior y ar. Pl a ur , becau we wil l be one tep n ar r our oal · pai n , b cau e we realize how that name, one a ynonym for h on r, h been di raced and degraded by the cla s wh ich now bears it. We h av a doubl e:: burden , for we m u. t tri ve, not only to honor the name ourselve , but al o to wip out th tai n that now re t upon_it.

55


Glass of

Ola. .

Yell :

-

I

ah ! Rah !

1904 .

WO MEN. '

ah ! Rah .

' Rah ! ' Rah . ' Rah . ' ah .

inet

n - Fo u r ,

i net ' n - F u r

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fCTµ.Ev ?T.iVTWV crpt<TTOt. v e

ur col r

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olby .

in te n-f u r !

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ER .

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wen ,

ic -Pre ide n t , J en n ie

ha

er tary and T rea u re r .

E X E C U T I V E C O M M I TT E E .

E u n ice

H ope D a ies, A lice B uzze l l .

M ower,


_ 'e l l i e H arriet Ra v i : . B. <I>. l\Iary

A l ice

E l ea11or

Bel l e I I ath

E m E td le C l em e n t ,

Bert ha E w m a J e n u i e ])lay A l ice

Caldwell

.'\ l i c-e Loui e

U . 4>.

E\·al i n e

]\.

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P a u k n a h ) l ary M ary F ra n c e

imm n

l\Iary B rown Berd na :\Iary

,

:::: . K .

:wal l , B . <I> .

)larion El izabeth :tont. , l na rt ,

:::: . K .

E t h e r Tra fton , :::: .

! dona \

ard ,

..J9 E l 1 1 1 :t.

/ Vater11il/e So. Herwicl.: A uburn

C11111ber/a11d .fl,fi/ls

:::: . K

K.

.... . J\ .

Ed i t h l\Iay \\ ' a t k i n . , :::: . 1\: .

B e rt h a Carey \\. h i t tem ore , 13. <I>.

J,. I I .

70 E l m St.

f f ·atervi/le

H. <I>.

II.

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kowlzegan

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rter,

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we n .

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2

If atervi//e

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1 ugh ,

. cld ie l\Iay Lak i n . E u n ic e

hlli

Coc h ra n e ,

H ope Davi

7 .\ s h

A ugusta

L ucia C len�laml ,

H a rrid

1 1 Pearl .' t .

Larone

�. K .

H elen C a well , :::: I\ .

J en n i e

.+9 E l 1 1 1 S t .

Waten11'//e

Jane Bnzzdl ,

R uby Ca n• e r , : \I a ry

Calais

B erry , :::: . I\. .

70 J�: 1 1 1 1

6 9 Pkasa11 t 5 7 P l ea

Cherryfield

Somerville Mass.

I I 'atuvi//e

Waterville

11/aterville

57

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1 1

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3 J. .

:t. JI.

i 1 9 E l w .' t .

56 P l ea. a n t . t .

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a n t .'t .

57 P le a a n t St.

Portland

.. \'o. A nson

''l .

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cl

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w i'le ?

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l i k e w i se :\ C arys w rk

lrutb

all tbe y mbol

g.ilor,·.

an<l i n p l . 1 y .

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f

in q u , u 1 t i t y

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f

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n \\

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to .. · pr -;,. i n

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l-;li mnte thl

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u

but

u

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to that i m pua tin:

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be. d i ffi c u l t

t o fi n

l tball

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1 905 .

w i t u k t!c n c. t 11:.· t. cp t i

ha\

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b c. u f u l l y

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w nd d ou r

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p u ri u g rai n a1Hl pl l t i n g

lcr C1.r n ta n ' c.: rh

t hL

c u p a t i 11. " ·

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k

11

w e.: ' \

.1

own

1 1 1 1 1 i l1l'r

l \\ O j

t . 1 i r i u cl i a �

r

l11

\\ ri t d ai l y

u·cr ·

· tr u gg k d to

1 11

d u 11 gu > 1 1 -k ll p.

t o c l i m b t hus

1: x plorcd

1.

and a

lo

of ...., o phumon ... .

\\\ arl prourl to

n . rn u :c l ! ) h .iH

11 till " i u c l far m· c.:r

d i g n it y

n l of u u r l .1 1 1 1 ! ,

tr

1 11;i p lt·.

' 1 1 1 1 .1 1 1 1 1

t h e.: tll m tt r ·, th · ,d t t y ,

t h l "t:riou-. ,

... t o f \ i r t u l , l \'

h cavcu to lit.it u 1 1 h a ppy

t h e e n e rg

id

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as

f l ' h ysiC' ·

mcth i11 k s

win I

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:t

we look

r. t h l 1 m rr� ,

\\'e han " I f opl " , f . t i r

G e r m a n fa m i l y .

Jn

· t l i ru ,

l h 1.. ;,oh

t h e gay ,

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· u a pLI r l oor,

a t tb

tw u H )

f

f a royal ho11sl· o f E 1 1 g la 1 1 < 1 , and

Id

n;, > f

:\ ba u d

y u ku

l tli

fro-.l k i 1 1 g l o u

lhe fa l l " 1 1 1.� 1 1 t h

n 1 H l Sa t n

V.

·,

ln tlie gayct i l'

of p ..· r frct J u n e day·

f s p rea

t h e.: honor

L w h en

f o u r cla

J u t i 1:

be. t of

df

rt.

· t rcam ,

w i t h jt· t a n d · o n g and

wc

have w 11

f that merry

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n th

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f

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n t our


Class of

'fuss

1905 .

MEN .

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B rax y c

o- ax '

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n t um _ u i n q ue,

n devi o- i n t i

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w i l l s t r i \•e

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nt .

ccretary and

T rea

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r.

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n \ hit

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t.

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h apl a i u .

E X E C U T I V E CO M M ITTEE.

ol by J o h n Y it ·he n ,

L c l war

Perley Leland \Vh itak r .

59

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sc e Lor i n H a l l , Z . 'I' .

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FRE

HI

H MAN

TORY.

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� ! Ef\I .

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year brinr;s o n e yenl a n t sea o n , a n d t:Yery other year two.

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came back to t h e i r mater'

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ti l l hopi n g .

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1 00-yard I J. h , _ _o -ya rc l

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L E O N C. STA P L E S, President . A RT H U R G . S M I T H , JOHN

ice-President .

\V .

BART L ETT , Treasurer . G U I LF O R D D . C O Y , Secretar

C0 � 1 M I TT E E5.

B l B L E STU DY .

G . D . Coy,

S.

E. Butler,

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B OO K .

A . M . Frye . J\J E r B E R

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A.

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Brunel,

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me ,

G. E. Tolman ,

HI P .

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REL I GIOUS

R.

V.

G . V . Thomas,

f E E T I "GS.

W. A. Cowing.

W . R . Cook,

NORT H F I EL D . \

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W. Clark

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G . E . Tolman ,

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A. M. Wat ts,

W . M . H . Teague

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fart i n .


iacts Jl bout th� Coll�g� \'. m. C. JI . ' e oml to no otb t:r coll rre acti d ty i n importance, and o n l y second i n n u mbers to t h e A t h letic A ·soci ation ,

lie·p

n \·er, it

i

tlle College Y . l\I . C . A .

r a o ten tatiou s l y , aud yet like a smooth ,

rn o n· forward t o de e ptn the spiritual life of i t s m mber , a n d through them

lo t:xert a piritual influence on th wbole tud n t body. T h e College Young ::O l eu '

tht rL li�iou

lift

t o bri n g c ol le g e m e n

t:t:k

col kge a· Cli ri tiau

away from C h rist d uring t h e i r cours .

The

confession

The Coll ege

Association seeks to pr vent this.

I t look

after

gi,·e tllem someth i n g to do, which they are expected to perform.

Tb e

li11 e of ''°rk taken u p by Colby's Association is, for the mo t part, l i k e tbat of all ociatiou .

It

may be of i u tere t to note a few of the e .

a geu e ral prayer and testimony meeti n g is held. pray er - m e eti ng ' tud e u t ' s

olJserYed . ent

Their

a r e good.

other a

A

It

I t is a a d fact tbat m a n y students , w h o have en t e red

majority of such ca e w t re d u e to n e o lect of Ch ristian duty, m1 d e r

o f col lege wor k .

h ri tiau m e n a n d re ult

tian A s ociation h as worthy aim . I t see k s to streugth e n

t o Christ.

, h ave fa l l e n

r L v ea l s the fact that t h

p r e s u re

C h ri

of the C h ri s tian student, aud to make i t bard for h i m to go wron a .

is held in som e of th e dormitory divisions.

Hand-Book is published a n n ually. Men are sent to Torthfi.eld.

to the " Pre ident ' Confer ence . "

The

Tue day en:!n i u rr

Per

onal work is

ncouraged .

day of prayer for college is regularly

T h e presiden t-elect

And thi

Every

On other evenings of the w ee k a short

y e a r we

of the College A sociation is

sent f o u r m e u to the V olu n tee r

l\li sionary Con ference whicb was h eld in Toron to. Tbe d

its to our A sociation by General Secretary 'Villiams, and Harvard' S cretary

Carter, aud also by Captain Reid of athletic fame, were sources of i n spiration.

Their

aclclres es were v e r y h elpfu l . The A sociation f els the b nefit of the warm backing given i t l iy

Pre ident

w i n te r term ,

W h it e . ,

hen

H owever, the greatest i n spiration of all came i n t h e latter part of t h e everal o f t h e c o l l g e men t o o k strong stand for Christ.

By the foregoiurr taterne u ts, i t can b e seen that t h e Y . M . C . A. i s doing a good work at Colby, ancl we h ope, trust, and labor to the end that it e ffi c i ency may be increased.

H. S . R V D E R ,

1 57

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Cily Hall. Walerville. mav 26. 1902. --·I

tor, Mic LE .

Dir

Al'NDER•

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Manager, Mic F1< n \\'. T11v

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u

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King,

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. \RC l.lNE

Z r ·h 1 Iaman ':-; Wif

1i

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A P rsiah Prince.

rthur \ . Palm r ag

fa

tt

n Loverinrr

Elean r l Iardy

·

Mi

·,

Mary Brown

t nc. 'tuart

Mr. Ed\ ard B. Win low

H rald, Harb nah, Bea- ar, Hegai, High Pri

Mr. Linw od L. \\ rkman

!Ir.

rthur \ . Palmer

t,

·

n's Ma ids

King's

ellie

1i

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na Bi knell

Mr. I

ai aje,,

Mo rd ai ' · Pr ph tc: ,

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Mr. Cecil M.

un:ell< r

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N

'uard

r Mis ·1 Mi

f Honor,

j

Edna Margaret Edith William

Mr. Linwood L. Workman

Mr. john . Tapley Mr. J hn B. Roberts l Mr. ian F. Taylor

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CHOR

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JEW . Mis

Florence\\ ilkin ·

Mi

Mi

Marion E.

Mi

Mar) E. Berry

Mi s Alice H. Da\'ie

Mi

Bcrdena E. Trafton

Mis

Mi

B rtha M. Purinton

Mr.

to\ er

Ida P. Keen harle

F. McKoy

Mr. William Mr.

ugustu

Mr.

lbert

1r. W. ,1. I-I. Teague

C \\'ing

Tr.

larence G. Gould

H. Pierce

Mr.

rthur G. Smith

.

. Town

Mr. Edward B. \ inslow

Mr. \\'alter J. Hamm nd

PER

Mi s Betsey

Iara L. Martin

.

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rickel

Mi ·s Alice L. o, en

1 r.

ol by ]. I itchen

1i

Eunice

. Mow r

Mi ·s Mari n E. Stone Miss May L. Harvey Mr. Lew C.

Mr. Noah V. Barker

hur h

Mr. Percival E. Hathaway

Mr. Loui'

Mr. Frank H. Leighton

Mr. John E. Humphrey

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: . i · t a n t M a n ager, C 1 A l l \ . B.\ R K E R , Pianist .

E N G A G E � I E N TS. Februa ry 3,

\ \ aterv i l l e

1 902,

February 1 2 , 1 902

Oakla n d

Febru ary 1 6, 1 902,

Fairfield

M a rch

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daught · r , r ·I n I , h i

. Tapley

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Lewi nald h i bst r

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ud l ey .

L rd

Frank H . L igh t n

h ",

J oh n A . Part ridg

dith ': c h u m ,

arl R . Bryant

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rm andal

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er

n t l cm a n ,

a t r i k \Vo d ford c u n t ry g n t l 'man

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lark

Art h u r A. Thomp ·on

b u t le r

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weet lark

arleton W. S teward

1 62


Go l le,!e Dra m a tics. -I--For a small college, Colby carries on success fully a great number of activities. the younge t of these is amate ir th atricals.

One of

Two seasons ago Colby appeared on the stage

for the first time for a n umber of years ; this year we have again tak n up dramatics and w ith far greater s uccess than before.

Early in th

uents was held , and offic rs were elected .

Fall term a meeting of i nterested stu­

The manag r entered in to his task with spiri t

a n d en trgy a n d o o n h a d the parts assign d for " T h e Private Secretary . " ili ir former trai11er1 M r. F. L. Edgecomb.

The Club s c u r d

After a deal of faithful wor k , the play was

taged at City Hall, and a full house enjoy d a l ively entertainment.

So popular was the

play that a local organization engag d the C lub to re-stage it later in the s ason.

Th play

ha been given i n three of the neighboring town , making fi ve appearanc s in all to date. 1 he management of th

C lub has b en very efficient.

:Mr . Chipman has worked faith­

fully aud consistently.

H e turned into the treasury of th e Athletic A s ociation $1 24.04

from the first evening.

H e is himself an actress of no mean ability, and at Oakland played

tht part of ' Eva" for Mr. Partridge. All the parts were well tak n, and it is almost unfair to raise any particular one above the otbe rs.

Some have been the favorites at on

place, others at an other, but those most

uniformily popular were the parts played by TapJ ey, Lord , Leighton , an l Win low.

th e other player n e e d feel n o chagrin .

A l l were good.

Coll ge D ramatic have come to stay.

But


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P U B L I C ATI O N S --

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RECEIVE D.

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N e v' s p a p e r D A I L I ES.

Th h icago Tribune, The Bo. t n G lobe,

Th e w Y r k H raid , The Bo:ton Tran cript Th Portland d ertizer The Kennebec J umal , Th \i ater ille Mail .

The ash ington Po t, The Bo. ton H ral d, The P rtland Even i ng E xprc The Ea t rn rcru T he Lewi ton Journal, The Ban gor N ws , The Bidd eford Journal, Th Ro kland ' tar, S E M l - W E E l'l l Y .

'f h e N cw "\:

ork E,·cnincr P

t.

W E E l'l l l E S .

The Lond n Time. , Th e\ York aturda) Evening Time , The New \i ork Tribune The P rtland Tran cript . The Bangor omm ercial, Tb e Ea:tport entin I, The Somer et Reporter, The ro t ok Time. , The Damariscotta H erald, The Fairfield Journal .

The M chanic Fal l Ledger, R e v i e '\v s .

Month 1 y-The Review £ Review, . \1 eekly-Public Opinion . R e l i g i o u s P u b l i ca t i o n s .

The Bapt ist M i i nary M agazine The Roche ter Baptist M onthly, The \i atch m an, The Bapti. t nion , The Flaming Sword, The Epworth League, The U niver ali t Lead r, The Rang on N w . Zion's

dvocate

O t h e r Pu b l i ca t i o n s .

T1rn

OLBY E

110,

Good Time.

meri an

T h e P rotectioni t ,

The

The Chautauquan

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L i fe, 1 65

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d,· cate of Peace \

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Ba�tist Cbur�b. friday Evming. may 31. 1 9 � 1 P ROGRA M M E lC

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PRAYER

] ohn M arshall and the

The "J i nin ' " Farm , G ift of

Field

merican

Alli

·on M ason \\'atts

L ibe rty,

* Arth ur Davenport ur Fut ure,

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Edith ue

Flood Time

t iun ,

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Excu ed.

taples

lice Elm ira Towne

Kiplinr1

Allen Black

Litllefielcl

S peech on Porto Rican Tariff * George •

Hoar

'edgwick

M i ldred J enks Leon Carver

Lo t

.A. n o n

R oger F rederic Brunel

:\CU

'all t o

Chalha lli

ena Bicknell

Gert rude B l le M oody

" Betty , "

A

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' Irela nd

'ecil M uricc Daggett

T k l a ' s Li lie - , The Ph i l ippine

IC

Draper

Lois Easton H oxie

merica to F rance

� peech on

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f ar h of the onstitution , heppard Em ery B utler

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nf t h · F r · m· h R · n ais. a n t l' , 1 td l i b l e : ,

The N e cl o f Trai n ·d

i\1a rjon

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t h e E .x prl'. s i o n

F ra n k Perc iYal 1 l a rn i l t o n f P h y siogra ph i

' u i c i d a l Tend� n cy o f ] > l it ical l 'art ie. , • E >. c u ed.

t uart R eed

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W IT l1

J U N I O R PARTS.

Baptist Cburcb. rnonday Ev�ning. rnarcb 3. 1 9 0 2 . PR.OG RA M M E PRAYER

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Greek Ver. ion from the Latin of +

icero

reek Version from the Lat i n of

,·id

Lat i n Ver ion from the Greek of H y peride t

Lal i n \ e r ion from the ( � reek of Euripide , :\ I

l ) ur

t uart R eed

heppard Emery B ut ler T race E loi e \ arren 'harle Franci McK y

Debt to the Rel igion f the Bible,

t

l l i on fa on Watt

IC

i· C erman Version from the En rli h of J oh n H ay, 4\.

Gertrude Belle M oocly Marion

Some B i rds of the Poets, t

IC

Willard H iram P ockwood

The Period of Exclusi,·ene s i Pa t , i

l\I U

erman Yersion from the E ngl i:h of Emerson

Roger F rederic Brunel E l la M ay Tolman Edith \ ill iam

Twice-Told Tale,

The Di plomacy of the L u i. iana P u rcha. e ,

Lin wood Leigh ton \Yor kman Ed na 1 argaret Owe n

The Loves of ' reat \ riters, i\l U tC

nrrier Loui Goodwin

The \Ve tward Trend of Civil ization , t

F re n ch \Tersion from the Engli h of Curt is,

*t

French

er ion from the G reek of L sia ,

'haracter Delineat ion: in Le '.\Ii. erable Excu ed. J unior Pa1·t.

\\'cnc1ell Crosby \ ash burn ina G race Poor ·william \\'inter D rew

\ not her Real Pre ·ident, t

Edith Cena Bicknell

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d a y we celebrate,

H u rrah , H u r ra h , H u rrah , H u rrah !

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With song appropri ate . H urrah , Hurrah ! For Senior But w e ' ll

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pon t h e coming year,

!

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enter without fear,

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M a rt i n H en ry

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turdy pile

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in a

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ou g o forth to conquer wro n g .

new cycle full of pro m i e pread our cheri bed

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fam e .

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I oth r'

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tream of year

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· �eath the w i l low

aud the elm ,

\\"h re the ceasel t:: s

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river ruus,

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trife,

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purpl , gold , -autl b l u

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Erne t Egan \rent res,

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therton Bakeman

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Th ree Poet and Their Rel igion

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WOM E N ' S

D IV I S I O N .

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Mabel G race Farrar, Delia J ane Hi coc k , L o u \Ve t P a c ck,

Damari cotta Lubec

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OF

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D I V I N I TY .

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PRESI DENT

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R LE Ur O LN \ H I T E, who ' a ca l led t o olby to ucceed Pre ident B u t ler in J un 1 90 1 , i the onl) on of M r. and M rs . Geo. L. Whit e . He was born at a h ua . H . J an . 22, 1 863. Two y ear la� er the famil y moved to Woonsocket, R . I . ar� cl t h e re _ rem ained unt1l 1 8 77 . \ mchester, Ma . has bee n the fam ily home . ince that date, except ing one year ' re idence in Boston . President \ b ite' ed ucational advantao-es have ah ay. been the be t . That h e made the mo t of the e arJvantage is shown by h is rapid advancement and s a boy he st udied in both public and private ch ool . high attainment s . Later he prepared for college at Woburn ( Ma s. ) H igh Sch ol taking the our e i n three year . In 1 883 he e n tered Brown U ni er ity and wa graduated with the degree of A. B . in the class of '87 . H e r h e wa a ery prominent man. He became a member of the Brown hapter of the Delta Up ilon F ra­ ternity and receiYed n um erous and varied honors, bot h as a result f com peti­ t i n and from hi cla . and the st udent body. H e took the fi r t arpenter prize for oratory and on la Day he delivered the ddress to U n dergTad uate · . \ [ter fi n i b ing hi course at B rown he went to the Ne\ ton Th eological I n. t i ­ tution from wh ich he was graduated i n 1 890 . T h i ended his student career. I n J une of the same year Brown conferred upon him the degree of A. M . I t wa <luring this year als that h e took h i second European tour. n pril 29, 1 89 1 , h e m arried M iss Margaret Dodge of H am pton Falls, N. H . E\' . C H


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DO R. T E R B E C K .

W

I L L I M P O R T E R B E C K , o ur new Profes or of Physics and A t ronomy comes to u from the niver ity of M aine where he has been in t ructor for one year . I t wa said of Profe or ham ­ J.. J...lJ..._.._... ±±±±±±! berlain that he made h i ' cour e s popular. P rofe s · o r Beck ha k pt J.. .J.. .J.. J.. .J.. .J.. .J.. them so . H e i a genuine energe t ic young man, de\'Oted to hi work and the best interests f h i pupils. Profes or Beck wa born at Bethel, Ohio, in 1 8 74 . After completing the work of the common school of that t own , in l 892 he e ntered Doane Academy of G ra nville, Ohio, where he prepared for college . F rom there h e wen t to Denison n iver ity, from which he grad uated i n 1 900. \\ 'bile i n college he took a cla s1cal course , but wa e pecially interested i n physic and ast ronom y . T h e . ummer after h i s grad uation he pent in p o t -graduate work a t t h e U niver i t y o f Chicago . I n the fall he accepted the po ition of in t ructor of physics at the nive rsity f Maine. Last summer 11 e con t i n ued h is work in physics at Chicago . Through out h is college course he was prom inent in student activit ies . H e was the t udent mem ber o f the board o f control i n athletics, and f u l l back o n t h e 'Var ity footbal l team . H e wa al o a work r in the col lege Y . 1 . C. . ancl for one year its Pre iclent . I n h is senior year he was Pre ident of the Oratorica l 1 89


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O R n arly two core o f year ' Profe or " 0 borne bas ruled upreme in hi I o itio n a janitor of the college . H is righ t there wa, none to di put e ; he wa . ubject to ad,·ice n ly from the Pre ident ; the other executin:: offi er and profe or were only h i equal and could exer i ·e no au th rity o\·er h im f r wa. not the name ' am uel 0 borne. H ead J an it r,' written i n the ann ual cat alogue at the end of th Faculty Ii t ? The . t uclents' rel ati ns to him were tho e of suppliant to a h i 0·her power . B ut n w the w rld ha chan ged . The pre ent adm i n i t ration has deemed it advisable t o add anc ther department to the executiYe function of the col lege and inci dentally t< rel ieve Sam ' weighty respon ibility in the e his later year , so that now there appear in the catalogue the ffi ce of " uperintendent of G round a"hd B u i ldings " and the work f thi offic i very important, and m uch appreciated in the adm ini t ration of the college . The positi n is ably fil led by f r . E. H . H odge , of who e l ife and work we take plea u re in pre ent­ ing a few note t o our reader . Mr. H odge. was born in the town of \i\Ti n 1 w, < n M arch 1 3 , i 870. In the t own of h is birth he pas eel h is b yhoocl being e clucat cl i n the chools of that c m m u ni t . On arriving at m anhood he went t o the neighboring town of assalbor where he re icled until taking up his \ ork at olby . D ur i n g the earl ier part of his career in Vas alboro he h lcl a pos i t ion of t r u t in the manufact uring establishment of the American Woolen 'om pany . Later he learned the rnach i n i t' t rade and pent several m nths working i n the machine shop at orth Va sal bor o . D uring the latter perioci of hi life in that town he cond ucted a very pro perous busines a a carpenter paper-h anger and painter . A few months before mak i n g hi c nnecti n with our in:t itution h e c n t racted t paint the b uilding of the merican \ oole n Com ­ pany an u ndertakin wh ich he carried to a ucce ful term ination . On O ctober 26, 1 896, M r . H odge married 1 iss Bertha \i ithee of \ as alb ro. a-

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K M ER R I L L B I G E LOW wa a student in our mid t for only a portion of a i no-le term. but hort a that t ime was , it was long e nough to e ndear h im in an except ional manner to all tho e with whom h is coll ege life brough t him in con tact . He entered olby i n the class of 1 905 and became a mern ber of the Zeta P i F raternity . H e h ad been prom inent in ath letic before com i ng to Colby, and i m mediately took a great i ntere t i n college athletic . From the fi rst of the ca. on, h i faithfu l ne in practice for foot bal l wa Yery m arked, and he became a member of the ' arsity foot ball t eam . W h i le on the Ne' H am p hire trip he showed the fi r t signs f being u n well and wa not allowed to play i n the game v ith E xeter. He wa u rged to come hom e , b ut in i ted on taying, and even be ·ged to be allo\ ed to play. The s ·v re cold cont racted at t h i s time was de t i ned to resu l t fatally. H e ret urned with the team , an d from that time until h is death every care and atte n t ion wa shown him but all the m edical and ther a. i tance proved unavail ing. H is m other was \\t i t h him during t h e la t of hi illnes . 193


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Whq Do�5 It Si�h So rleavi l� i o tbe f o re5t ? A littl In

boy

at dreaming a gloomy autumu eye,

i lence dream d h e ' n eath a n a k ed liucl e 1 J .

He

aw ''°ith chi ldisll rapture t h e "-h irling yel low 1 a�·cs ,

\\" h i l

star b)

But as h e t h u

tar wa

k i n dled in the h eaven s .

r e w ained i n d ream

celestial brigh t,

T h e aroye grew c. old aud louely that dark November nigh t , ..\ u d uow a n d th e n it

ighed from o u t th

forest.

\Yitb throbbing heart he 1-istened, · th u filled ·with fright began Hi

homeward journe) w h e re th e fates decided .

He though t of fearful sayings, with

aaerness he ran ,

A u d wen t astray on h eath ery path unguid ed . He though t of father, mother, aud little

i ters clear.

" God help m , I am little, ii only I were there ! ' A u d theu i t sigh d again from out the fore t . J u t then the moon p a sed s lowly from out th e rended _..\. n d wrapped t h e earth i n garb of dazzling

ky.

plendor.

Tll e shadow , terror-stri c k e n , behind the m.ouutaius h i e , l n h e d l es

flight the monsters all surrender.

Tlle mountain tops are gleami ng ; b u t dark the fore t l i e , A u d from the de' y birch-1 ough the u i ght owl loud l y c ries.­ Agai u a ni tling siah break The little boy ran

throuah the forest.

hyly abou t th e du ky plai n ,

A n d though t o f m a n y a n o l d and stirring fabl e . The

tars crept

l o w l y onward , the n i a h t in dark ne s gain etl .

B u t y t to find his way be was unable. ' ' Y e glitt ring

tars, ' ho wander upon that lofty t rai l .

Ve withered little flowers, reveal

\\" h y does i t

But all the

I pray

igh so h eavily i n t h e for

tars k pt

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re,·eal­

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il nt, as did th e littl

flower ,

b ed , astray u n guided.

Fleet-footed over rock

a n d ri l l

to fairies' verdant bowers

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i ters, I pray ye, l i t to m e !

it sigh so h eavily in the fore t ? "

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T wa. an ideal autum n day . The soft o-Jow f the Indian sum m er sun spread a sh r ucl of shim m rin yel lo\\' over the ' h le earth . oft fleecy cluud w re chasing each other aero ·s t h e h azy blue of the k y . The sturdy maples of t h e camp u , carlet and golden in their early aut u m n gl ry, ' ere scarcely s t i rred by the t iny breath f wind wh i h crept stealthily th rough them , a. if do ubtful of it own t rength . \\ i l l Evere t t sat in h i room st udying. arel s ·ly he t u rned the pag s of hi h i tory. Hi de ul tory th ought cou ld not be centered n th at dry, reel vol ume before h im . He heard the bouts of the boys out on the field, l racticing for the com ing foot bal l gam e, " h i le the lazy h u m f voice came up from the room below. omewhere in a darkened orn r of hi room a cricket wa. singing : h rilly. The plaintive cal l of a lonely robin , hopping abo ut on a bran h of the n-orgeou ly dre . eel map] by h is ' indow only awakened in h im a re. pon ive chord of sym pathy. H ' nndered i f it were the ame robin h e b ad watched c happily la t spring. The bird had wooed and w n it fair feather l fft i t ress righ t by his wi ndow. Th n, with m uch lo' e-making and quarrelin� and kis ing, t hey h ad built their nest in a c rotch of t h e t ree . H e had to. cl them a bit. of t wine, and laughed as they bad woven it i n and out among the t iny bent t wigs . ow t h e dirt- color d bat tered l i t t l e n st a n d t h e lonely robin cal ling a l ly were all t here were left of hi umrn e r idol . a

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A MBITION On Colby'

d ar old Caru pu .

' Bon� the waler

rippling fa t ,

l\Iauy hearts are

truggliu<T onward

From the effort of the pa t Toward a wider, nobler action , Toward a futun: _-\ n d the e l i n e You w h o

h i u i n g briahtto you are w ritten ,

triYe, and stri,I i u \ok

vith migh t .

t h a t spirit's k i u d u e

piri t t h a t from 1 1 orn t i l l night \\'atche Guide

'er our faltering blin d u ess,

u s upward to the ligh t ·

Aid me no,�. I pray thee, aid m e

To express i n truthful tone A l l that

uraes now within me

Of the h ope

un uamed , u u k n ow 1 1 . Somethiug it mu t be most sure l y , \Vhich within man ' s i n ner

oul

Prompts him to go ever on ward Toward a n u n een , di taut goal , Urging h i m tllrough couutle

barrier

v bich be et the path of lif ,

Steeli n g h i m w i th courage dauntles , hould he stumble in th e

trife.

Kind and geutle are its ur!riug� If we sileutly obey ; Fierce, tempestuou \Vb u w e bicl thi A n d from bed

are its surging

spirit " n ay " ·

o f sic k u s s ofteu

Doth i t rai e a w ea k e n i n g form, A n d full many a pai n ' twi l l soften By th e tumult of the storm. trength it give

m e n , migh t unceasing,

And an ever actiY

will,

Firmness, purpos

sti l l increasing,

A n d decision to ful fi l E en th e vague u n certain longing O f th

souls that never rest,

And the hop s th a t thronging, thronging, Spring eternal i n each breast.

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L · k u l up in a

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C.w1.:

t h 1. worhl a :\1arlin T., u t h r

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.\ ncl t h e b l l l h ,ll J \ ' c h a U 1 h u rl ed .

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park Uial � d p u t in u s .

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l

the l ig h t .

u r h op · for t h e etuu a l , -

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c

1.: 1Hia l f r ca h mortal ,

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to bi: a m a n ,

To c h ri h w d l the . park a m bi tion , \\' h i c h t u r n

F r 'ti In t h i T

"I

a n n t" to " I

bet ter far

au . ' '

I t d l you ,

brid UUCt:rtaiu fight,

y "I c a n " to w h a t

e m

eyi l

T h a n ' I cannot" to t h t: ri li t . ::\I e n w e n ed, a n d men of pu rpo u th i

c

battle field of l i fe ;

" B e not l i kt: d u mb, d ri,·en cattle, Be a hero in the

trifr. "

Bt: you L i n coln or

apolt:on,

B e at l ea t a man-a m a u , For nt:\•er i

God'

purpo e ended

Till the whole world say "I ca n . "

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H

wa an old man, with a wrinkled, quiet looking face, an d a m i n d ful l f memories . Becau e he wa childi h and o olem n , and went creep­ ina about t he ho use and garden \ ith such a forl orn; preoccu pied air, and was al way m ut teri n g about "her, ' people m iled at each other wh en they aw h i m . H is cheeks " ere faded, and hi eye were dim , and his back h ad a crook in i t , and he carried a staff ; th erefore people called h i m old . But they did not know him,. ery fe, of them d reamed what was going on i n h is mind. I n deed they thought that was gone with h i youth and t rength . He was still young, till a boy . E

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Forty years before, with all the Yigor and ent h u iasm of t wenty-five, he went off to the war . The people who miled at the ld man were children then and they will tel l you of the morning when th l i ttl tro p of ol unteers, m ade up of the be t men the town could furni h, went away . I t was only a big celebration to them , and their orro\ at the depart ure of a father or a brother was forgotten i n their delight at the fl ag and m usic and uniforms . They h a d come o u t clinging to thei r mother aprons, and had watched it all with round-eyed \\ onder and amazemen t . The older people real ized the intense eriou ne s of it and t h e great sacrifice ' h ich the e men were making. B ut the smiling morning, a s a good omen, came for a comfort to them. The y o ung leader's heart was h eavy . H e remem bered the white, draw n , l ittle face which he h a d held betwe n h i hands on the evening before . ' She" had not known u ntil the last that he was going, and it had required all h i cour­ age to go to her and tell her, for they had planned to be married in t wo months. Th ey had walked down to t h e seat at the end of the ph lox-lined wal k i n the old-fa h ioned garden before he had been able to say a \ ord to her. There he h ad told her of the necessity of h is goi ng ; that there were others, too, for whom the partings would be bitte r . " nd I shall come back when the war is o er, and then we will h ave a grand wedding, little one, ' he had said gaily. ' You m u s t keep a brave heart, a n d b e proud of your oldier lover. I t won 't b e long, and ¡

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died when

he t h ough t he had ! But he had not an d he

H e would do it like a man .


T h is was h is tory . H e l ived h is l ife in the manly way in which he had determined . To no one did he ever speak of 'her . ' Only a t l ast , \: hen h is mental powers became feeble, did he u nconsciously let s1ip from h is l i p words wh ich told others of what he was thinking. ne day he died. And people \ ho understood were glad that he had at la t fou n d happine s and "h er. ' LO I

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1J anb Ubon. Th wi.nd weeps oftly o'er th lea, T h e leave are danci n o- on the botwh , The treamlet mo"e t o meet the ea, Th 1l why n ot I and thou ? Aero the meadow h u ms the bee, Tb bird are ingi n g on the bou a h . - 1 1 nature sino-s �dtb th m f o r cr l e e , Theu why n ot I and tliou ?

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E V E N I N G. The dark , chill gloom of n ight is gatberi na O'er stream and meadow in dusky shades. From out the sin ' ster shroud of heaven T h last pale warmth of s u n set fades. r all a brooding sti l ln ess hovers­ O ' e r all the wan stars' baleful light. Afar off one lone cricket chirpi n g Deepens the s i l e n c e . H ush ! 'Ti night !

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The next evening Dolly looked her best . She came i n early and fondled m e lovingly, and spent a long time select ing her m usic. A t last the bel l rang, and ).J r . Lorimer was announced. I k ne' him wel l , and I al ways l iked him because h e eemecl so genuine, and wh ile he could n 't use me a bit , I fel t sure h e ad m ired me-with e e n a t i nge o f awe . And t h is m ust be " H al . ' ' Was it pos­ sible that he could play ? I had k nown him to sit dmrn before me, when no one wa i n the room , and "·hy should h e keep h i secret from me ? Tom H arland "· as different-we were old friends. Tom always boxed my ears wh�n there \Va no one near, but yet h e k new how to make me speak . I h ad proceeded no fu rther i n my reYery when I was roused b y M r . Lori­ mer oice . " M i s ath erton , won ' t you come and play o ne of the Songs \Vithout \\ ords to mc � " " I f you will turn the m usic, " and she sm iled know­ ingly. I aw the sam e look of perplexed hesitation. wh ich I had often n ot iced bef re \ hen a sim ilar req e t had been made, but Dolly was already half way acros the room to m e . She didn't even gl ance at h im. I saw that she was nerv u , but he at clown and pic ked out the m u ic and began. I was watch ­ i n g M r. L rimer, who was gazi ng straigh t away i n utter obliYion of everything abou t h i m . Dolly played the fi rst page and t hen, aft er a lingeri n g pau e, she glanced up with a t rifle of annoyance . " Are n 't you going- " she began , but " O h , are y o u t hrough o soon ? I h e aw ke with a tart and interrupted h e r . beg pard n Dolly, come er to the ofa with m e , th ere is somet h i n g I wan t to tel l you . " ' h e wen t without a word. " Dol ly, " t h e word came with he itation, " Dolly, I should have told you long ago what I am saying t n ight , i f it hadn't been for the fact that I cannot share i n al l your pleas ures-but I can keep the words ot a word o f what h e b a d said from my lips no l o nge r-Dolly I lo,'e you . " r ached her except the la t senten ce-for t hat she was waiting. But she clicln 't give her el f up entirely yet . She laid h e r small hand confidingly in hi , and po ke in a tone of absol ute t rust . " H al , I knew you loved me, but I never, until last n igh t , m eant to let you tell me. You know I couldn 't marry a m an without m u i c . I ' e always said so. But wh en I h eard you play that Sonata, I 've j u t been waiting for this moment ever since . B u t , I t i ngled all over. Hal , how could y o u h ave k e p t the t r u t h from me wh en y o u k new how m uch m usic m eans i n niy l i fe ! You don ' t know how proud I was to see you playing, wit h T om H arland over gazing out of the window . Do you know, ) ou two look alike bac k to. I could hardly tell you apart, but he ha n't ) our eye -my eye , H a l . Yet I t h i n k we ought to feel sorry for him tonigh t , clear, for if I h ad n ' t fo und y o u out-but w h y peak of that, l e t ' s be happy , " a n d s h e reached u p b o t h a r m to be t a k e n hom e . But i nstead of folding h e r to h i s h eart, h e rose s t i ffly, and ' i t b j ust a touch of scorn am idst a world of pain h e spoke, rapidly but clearly, with a wild force --

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I w IATCHING THE OLD OUT. HAR

_-\ y a r ago tonight m y loY ,

.-\u d ide l>r id a now , \\·e watched th e ld Y ear m eet lli death . The 1\ w Year make hi bow . B rio-ht a-learned the hol l y on the wal l , A u <l houe t h e cand l e - li o-h t . I w o r e y o u r colors t o o , m y }0\-e, A year ago tonight . h , sometimes to t h e waiti n a o u l Comes g l i m p of hea,·eu's 10\·e, And listening ear may catch the song O f ange l choirs abm·e ; B u t e\' n ii there had to u s B e e n gfren t h e c lear r i g h t . \\'e n eyer c o u l d h ave dreamed of t b i A y e a r a g o tonight. This year that mark a century' dawn \\'ith promi e fair and true Has brouo-h t our b ear ' de ire, lo,·e,­ T o m e a wel l a you. o b e our lot of joy or pai n , T h e future dark o r b rio-ht, You sti l l hall haye the 10\·e you won A year ago tontgh t .

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l: pward, upward, ever upward, \\ liere the ,-.,- ay I may u ot k u o.,..- . Vet, m y oul , do thou dare follow, Thou canst rise above thy past­ l:pward , u pward, ever upward , \\ ho shall set thee place at la t ? .�n d when thou art 'veary toiling, Listeu i u a a l l tlie pathway trou , et:k again that ueep-voiced Ocean , H ear h i m peaking of thy od. R e t in peace, and w atch h i h eaviug, Brea k i u a w i ld again t the shore, ..\nd the sigh t hall stil l thy tempe t, And thy pa ion heaY u o more. 'ees't thou not h i rage i fruitle s ? \\"itb a l l h i micrbt. not e"t:n h e ball pa od s "Thus far and n o farther" ; Read the le on there for thee ! Read the les o u , a n d theu o D ward . Onward , upward , upward stil l ! 'pward upward , t:n�r upward , A n d ' t la t shalt thou ful fi l \\'hate ' e r l i m i t God bath et thee. B e i t alory great or mall, \'i ioned joy or hidden adne · , Yt:a, thou h a l t attain it a l l . T i m e fl e d onward , fl e e t thou a l o ; Let thine eye direct th ir aaze Staight to Truth thy feet shall follow Truth at partiD g of th way . I it by the l ittle w i ndow f m )· dear old col l ege den :\Iy thoucrht have glided back ward To my world of work aaai u . X o longer I ee t h e Ocean . \\"ith it bold a n d surf-beat bore, Xo louaer d ream of alory That fadeth n en:rmore. Again to life' weary toil i n g t e rn duty calleth m e , Sll e who, ob y e d and follow d , A t l a s t shal l call me free.

A

GEORGE

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O b , u n set G leam , why do you go ? I have fol b wed you so far uch a long, weary way. tay , Oh stay . " T h e u nset G leam felt t h e great love o f t h e hadow ngel and returned i t , but he had a charmed l ife a n d never could he tell h i lo' e, ne er could h e gai n h i longed for happine s . I f o n c e t h e hado\ n gel should clasp h e r a r m s about h im then ' oul 1 al l the beaut iful t i n t of the u n et be lo t i n her hadowy fold and no more could the weary old Earth be ligh t d up by hi wonderful radiance. The u n et G leam m u t do it:; d uty, a nd yet ometimes, o great ' as the yearning, o lo\'ingl y was he pur ued that he wa almo t tempted to clasp the hado' ngel in hi arms and leave the weary world i n dark nes fore er. Th i t ime, with a m igh ty tru gle , he had conquered his desire and had faded away not o bril l ian t ly as u ual, but with a oft, ubdued low of heavenly plendor. And yet i n the calm that followed h is departure the dying voice of h i shadow 1 ve floated on to him. " tay Oh tay ! an I never reach thee ? \� hen the fi r t beam s of the the mountain to1 I awake from Jeep in the cool depths of the un et ki woodland, and then a longing to be with thee come over me. I arouse all the hadow and end them forth . We have een thy plendor from afar and w ish to bath e in thy li h t . low at fir t i the purs uit . The bright glory of the l i n ­ gering noonda beam dazzle u b u t yet w e glide o u t o f the alley aft er thee . one love thee a I · none pur ue thee ' ith such passionate longi ng. Behind a cloud I h ide m elf hoping to take thee u nawar · . ornetimes, I am so near I could touch thy garment b ut the l ight is so dazzl i n gly bright that I he itate and th n th u art gone . h , tell me is i t an e ndles earch ? hall I never overtake thee ? The M orning Light has told h i. lo e to me, but I cannot 1 ,. e h im . I n hi rage he follow me and the fear is strong ' ithin me that metime, i n my lo e for thee, I shall forget to ret urn to my forest home at the break of dawn , and then he ' ill fi n d m e . Oh sta) , tay, sweet S unset G leam ! H ere on the cliff I await thee , but I do not ask thee to come to m e . O n ly let m e come to thee m y un t G leam ! " The last word , so weet and l w were wafted by the breezes far out over the waves, but they coul d n t rea h the G leam ; their peed wa infi n i t e ly 1 ' er. Presently the hadow ' aYered and glided down wearily to rest her head on the bosom f t h e Ocean . Old Ocean , so rough and dangerou at t imes, , a at t h is t\ i li O"ht hour i n a very calm m ood . It had been o angry all the uch a truggle a it had haci ' ith the ' ind . B u t the wind had con ­ clay . quered , and had o thed the eet h i ng billows i n t o peaceful wave . Now, a it r c h.eel the t ired guardian angel it m u rmured a melody of helpfulne s . "Little h adow nge l , weary in p u r uit, w h y ha t e n after '' h a t can never be attained ? Why weary thyself ' ith cont i n ual t riving ? See the foll) of i t ! h, could I teach thee a le o n , I who am always triving to learn it and yet 21 5


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EVA E T E L L E C L E M E " T, '04 .

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. ud t:: v ery day bri n g-

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That breathes along the rippl i u a deep, Then all arou n d w i l l gentle

i l u ce k eep.

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A n d 'gain t th The sky and

trem b l i n a b u lwark. la h ,

ea a r e filled w i t h ft::arful souud.

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iug

from heaven afar,

aro u n d i n mt::rry trk

;

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wail.

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brea t ,

. n d o' er eac h radiant cry tal crest I may full many a league w y course discern .

O f t Fear'

adyer e a n d fitful ba ffl i u g blast

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tonu

t h e waYt::

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i

to ge n tl e z e p h y r · d i of h eave n l y accents, " Peace, b ..: still . ' '

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Liv i ng a nd D ad • · T h e r \\

110 o m f r t i n the thou • h t f u u i n i n s o m e futur · tl i m ; Ell: r n i t \' \\.!"- far a \\ 3 ·Y . \ n cl I liut 1 ngc:d f r l i f a n d h i m . · ' Tll r u g- h a l l that u i h t o f a g n y We ri l l o u d t ;. l in a i r ; ,,.ith hnn<l that would not he d c: n i ·d \\· e bL·. t agaiu.,t the: gate' of prayer.

· • \\. r, n:d that I migh t fi n d i n d ath X j y i ti l i fr I hild not known ; B u t , w a i t i ng w h i t my lon: should l i Y L , l t i l l m i h t l i n c: r n c: . r m y o w u .

" I d h.·d to h i m -b u t till I l i n:<l ; l cla pt:d h i hauru. I k i ed bi h a ir, A n d h i dear ey . t h a t could uot c:c T ha l I. bi w i fe: . w. kn d i u t h c.::rc :.

"l ca.nuot re t , I c n n ot r t, r n t i l 01\ lon: bt. comfortc:dl " n t i l h e lt:arn to l i ft the:! Yeil B e nn n t h e lidu aud the dead .

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bi ki

nam , .

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tlwt regu � atc r was poiled . But · h e . e lected one on wb ich t h e re wer se,·erai l iterary ubj cts, bathed her face and tarted t ) cal l on Mr . . Barne. , the Presi­ dent f the C lu b . M r. . B a rn e w a s delighted to m eet her Trea. urer, a n d . omewhat ·urpri ·eel to rec i\'e l engt hy remark. on ' The H ired Girl , ' a ubject which : erned appro­ priate to M i . · Pendleton, ince the Pre ident kept t wo girl: r rather clicln 't keep them, for h changed ften and talked of it oft ncr. oon the com·cr ation d ri fted r uncl und r Mr . Barne ' guidance to b k and mao·azine:. H e re th Sub 'titute had i t chance to ' star. " I n rapid ucc ion i t talk cl on ' L iterary " tanclard s of To-clay, " "The Late t Book, " and " Mod rn No\'el . " Then and only t h n d id it gi\'e M rs . Barne a turn ''°h rneanwhi l had pa . eel thr ugh ,,·cry tage of w nder and amazement even to the bri n k of aw . °\' t too l l it e to m n t ion her urpri e h e t k up th conver. ation but i t :e rn cl rather lame aft r the Aowing period of he Phone. Mi. P nd leton waited impatiently, for . h e had caught th fe,·er for peakin o­ t la t th tal k fel l upon the ancl fretted like a chikl , for lack of opportunity. d i t i n of the new paper and here the ub titute t k t h e fi e ld . Mi P nclleton · urc . h had the topic " Dicti n , " but failing t ee i t on th re ·u J ator which :h kept areful ly out of view, he t hotwht the · ubject of " L ng Word " ' wou ld �he et the ind icator, and t h e ub. titutc tarted f rapid ly, 'Th super­ an · wer. lath·e xcell nee of conver ati nal fa ility is attained by tho · wh bcwar of plat ituclin u conglomeration of A atul n t garrul i ty and e ch w articulation. f :up rfi cial entimentalitie in the prom ulo-ation f their e teri coo·itati n. , and av id j ej une affectation , t hereby evincing t bem. eh· doli h cephal u. by zino-i­ b race u u t teranc " Not being a dictionary or a cu t med to uch cien t i fi c Ian , M r. . Barn ·mil cl , then bur t ou t laughing. Mi Pendlet n in onfu ·ion gm·e th indicator a q u i ck turn and the Sub titute tarted n the humdru m mon t ne of a l n o­ p rayer. M r. . Barnes ro e i n the fi rm conviction that her cal ler had uddenly lo. t h r rea. on, bu t the Phone n ever even pau cl for breath . I t . O \ n e r in h eer cl . perati n lutch ed wildly a t her t h roat where the "profan th ing" wa com m i t­ ting uch . acri l ege . A he gra peel the peaki ng locket, he deranged the pitch tarted on Mr . Barn r ,gul at r and th e . ub titute beo-an to . h riek it pray r. the run for the doctor, while the Trea u r r, her l f-con tro l entirely gone, H ung the reo-ulator on the ft or, and i m m ediately began to cream forth the fi rst ver e of "J uanita . " Provoked to frenzy he leaped for h r inn ent regulator and tamped ur n it with both feet, in h er violence breaking th ord wh i h a t tached it to t h main m achine, a n d t h e . econd v e r o f "] uan ita" end c l i n a m eaningle howl ; but t i l l t h e t h i ng d id n ' t stop. The franti c "pillar" tarted on a w i ld race for h me, but all the way the Sub ti_ tute . h rieked with glee . It wa one 1 ng howl of mal ice, and revenge for it destru c t io n . The doctor, comi ng i n h aste, met h is proposed patient and t ried to 221


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Of the throes that are rending my sou l , 1' h lightnings t h a t flash through tli e dark ness The crash of tlie tbunrlers that roll ! A whirlwind, a tempest of pas ion , Good and Evil in deadliest stri fe , I , t l i e prize I th y-jctim-God h e l p we ! The i ssue is my death or life . A n d I s i t h ere t o o w a k and t o o h elpl s s To c a l m th wild couflict withi n ; ot a soul upon eartli that cau saye me, hall \"irtue b y-jctor, or Sin ? I ha,·

fough t , I ha\'e fall n and risen ,

An my soul soared aloft upon wings Till my eye caught some gloriou vision , Far abO\·e m e , of heavenly;th i n gs ; B rio-h t , g o l e n , a n d fl a s h i n g i n s u n ligh t , The gateway w here L i f e ' s anthems ring, The Cross, all emblazoned i n spl ndor, Where spirits ncircling sing . .-\. u d p,-e felt that in me was a spirit That long d to break forth into song Iu praise to Him who h ath sent it' Twas pure and ' h as n oble, twas strono-. But, Ah ! then the

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In its place darke n cl Passion ' s Yile tai n . I returned to i n over a n d oyer, L i k e a slaYe to lii bondacre again . h , God ! m ust the struggl b endless , A n d th e dctory n eyer be won ? :\ I u t the seal of my birthriglit be h op le s , Descended from father to son ? " No ! " Down from that Cross rings the answ r, A n d tli e bright scro l l of H ope flies u n furled · " L o ! I w i l l be with you alway , Vea, e ' e n to the end of the worl d . " Tb n u p ! and fight ou i n t h e struggle, Nor fear, though i t rage as i t wil l , N o t alone, for ' tis C h rist t h a t i with t h e , The C h rist who shall spea k , " Peace, be sti ll . " A u d then t h b right vision o f glory Shall dawn yet more sweet than b for Auel the spirit of song i n thy bo om Shall waken to s l umber n o mor . G EORGE \\ OOSTER T H O M A S ,

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and therefore ' a not worthy of the honor, and h would ne er be i n a . ocicty i n which be could not do omething at lea t . B u t t h e boys urged. They told h im that Theta Ep. ilon wa not made up of ath lete who could n ot get a les on , or of pluggers who were no go d to t hem h·es or anyone el e. That they ad m i red hone ty and ch aracter most of all, an d that h e had both . And o, after m uch per ua ion, Torn at la t con ented to join, but not without many m isgivi n gs and prote t i n o· that h \YOuld be of nc use . fter the init iation h e ret urned to hi room an d t ok acco u n t of tock . Tow h e wa a member of the best frat i n ol by, and wh at could he do to proYe h i m el f worthy f i t ? oth i ng abs l utely n th ing- ! He paced the fl o > r and th ugh t of h i m eagre abilitie . Remor e seized h im . \i\Thy had he al lowed him elf to be per uaded ? H e could at lea t haYe pur ued hi q uiet way and been h nest ; but now, in ret urn for all thi kindnes what could he g i,·e ? But t here was no help for i t , sc he resoh-ecl at lea t to attend al l the m eet i n o- reo-u ­ larly and punct ually, and watch for a chance to do \d1atever little th ings m igh t offe r . acation so n p::i e d and college assem bled The term came to a clo e. agai n . 1 1 the boy "·ere back , and ' ith them a new face. E veryone " an ted to k no\\· wh o the tall, robu ·t, fi n ely-dre sed fel l w wa . He did n ot eem to care wh ther he was seen or not, but it wa fi nally noi eel arou n d that hi name wa!> alladay, from ew \ ork . H i father \Va a rich A l u m n u , and the on had been captain of h i prep- chool baseball team wa a foot ball man and all­ ro u n d athlete. H e at once leaped into prom inence . EYery frat wanted h im , but he pol itely decl i ned all i n vitation , ayin o n ly that he did not care to become a fraternity man . H owever, he took an active in tere t in hi studies an d ath let ics and a th ba eball ·ea on opened it becam e eYiden t that he was a ure man for t h e ' \'ar i t y , i f n o t i t best pitcher. T h i s in creased t h e fi sh i n g of t h e frat , b u t Cal laday d i d n ot change h is i e w . H e did n o t wan t t o b e a fr;:i tern ity man and he r ented being approached on the subj ect . H owever, t range to relate, he had taken a trong liking t the little fre.·h ­ man Tom and fi n ally a keel h im to share h i s ro m . Tom wa natural ly timid about ca ting h i lot ·with hi rich cla s-rnate, b u t h e too a s d rawn by the e w Yorker's frank, manly ways and i n response to constant u rgi n g !l e con ­ en ted to hare t h e room , provided h e could also share the expen e . Th e matter wa. fi nal l y arran ged that it did not come hard on the poorer lad an d the st ra n o-e compan io nship began . The richer boy ' friend h i p becam e t ronger as t h e term wore on , an d the little fel low almost wor h ipped h is more favored room m at e . H e adm ired hi recit;:ition and h i enjo) ment wa i nt e n e when Call aday s pit ch i n g won the 225


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a n d a t ran rre lonD"ing cam � o\-er h im . H e had no frat beh ind him , no place to D'O once a week and be among hi fi rm friend . oft and then ml now, a he at at h 1 windo1 , he h eard them ret urning. louder ame the st rains"Gri e d u a we 1 ave thee but i t will not b e for loll a . "

Thi wa too m uch for the proud ::-Jew Yorker. H is h ead fel l o n the ill and be wept . nd with the tears came re 3ol ve , and ' ith re olve, conten t ment . \Vi thout wiping h i eye h e t rade to Tom s room . G i v in g the door a rap he wal ked in and eated h imself oppo ite hi old chum . ' Tom , " he aid " I have been a fool . I wa proud and elf- sati fied · I though t I wa too good for your frat or any other, but I ee no' that I am not good enough for any. I in ul ted you and your fraternity, and I am sorry for i t . Y o u were the b e t friend I had i n Colby a n d I ugh t to be kicked off the campu for ' hat I said to you. I have not been happy ince t hat n igh t . Tom , old boy, can 't you give me another c hance ? I lo,·e you, old man, an d I need your friend h i p. I do not ' an t to j oin your frat , that i not what I am fi sh ing for · H eaven knows I am not worthy of that . I only want ou to come bac k to the old room and be m y friend again . " T m w a O\'erc m e . t fi rst he could not utter a word . H i eye fi l led with tear . Calladay awaited h is w rd . He de erved t o be purned and h e knew it . Tom ro e , • Ol d man , I h ave been unhappy too s i n ce I left the ol d room . I knew you \Vere a m a n , all aday, and would do the right thing. Come, let 's go bac k an d s leep tonight in the old room . The other frat were u rprised a few day after to see Calladay wearing a Theta Epsilon pledge b utton . \ ho had been abl e to w i ng h i m ? And their urpri e \vas not l e ened by the news that little Tom H utchin had secured the prize . fter t h e initia t ion was over Calladay wa called on for a speech . H e , a i n t r d uced a t h e man that had sa eel the championship and ' ould some day be captai n . The big F re h man ro e. ' Brothers " he said , " I do not de erYe 22 7


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THE YEAR Frorn the Pres i d e n t ' s S ta n d po i n t . --·l-

To be dropped clown uddenly into a t range world would bring the sen a­ tion wh ich come to a college presid n t when he begin h is official l ife in the atmosph ere of a new in t i t ut ion . I l is fi rst i m pre sions are quickly form ed, but the newne s soon les ens, and the external Yi w quietly changes to the acquaintance w h i h comes from the in ternal vorking of the coll �ge . T h e fortunate ituation f ol by, with the spacious campus stretch ing along the Kennebec ri\'er for a t h i rd of a m ile the h i toric elm and • ill ws, the am pl e b u i lding and their excellent equipment, th l oyal stud nts, enth usiastic pro­ fes or. , and devoted a l u m n i and friends were the plea ing factors wh ich gave m e t h e mo t favorable and deligh t fu l irn pre sion s . T h e pas ing m onths b a e only onfi rmed t heir correct ness . The pre ident fou nd that Dr. B ut ler, his genial and noble predecessor, had 1 ft everything ready for the new h ands . \Vhat are the d isti nctive feat ures of the year from my poin t of ob ervation ? I t make an opt i m istic tale. A delightful i nterest ha been manifested in the physical, zesthet ic, i ntellectual , and rel igious l i fe of the college . A new professorship of the Romance J anguag s h as been c reated , and Professor H edman h as been elected to be the head of the ne' department . T\Yenty new courses of stu dy have been add cl for 1 902 and 1 903, i ncluding th ree in German l iterature, two i n E ngl i h literature, two in Span ish and I talian , t wo in hi torical politics and int ernational law, t wo i n h igh r mathematics, four in physic and astronomy, four in chem ist ry, an d one in bacteriology. Chemistry i taken o ut of t h e li t of required t u d ies and is made electi e . Six courses, e. · tendi n g through two years, "" ill be offered h enceforth in chem i try. The requirem ents for entrance to the college have been largely altered . andidates for admi sion to the fre h rnan class h ereafter • ill present tv\ enty-six points i n all ; twenty of these are requ ired and i ncl u de Lat i n , M athematics, b.ngl ish , and Greek and Roman hi tory ; the other six point may be chosen from various optional subj ect wh ich mu t , however, i n cl ude one lan guage . G reek is no longer a requirement ; options being perm itted for entrance in G reek , French, German, Engli h, and Am erican h istory, physics, and chern i t ry . A l l t h e courses i n G reek w i l l b e continued, however, a n d a n y t udent may begin 233


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THE Y EAR F r o m t h e Sta n d po i n t o f a n U n d e r£ra d ua te .

Each eason brings it pecul iar acti\ itie s . A n d a s t h e season rol l round , each new year bring new problems to soh·e and new harvest to reap . Th e purpo e of the e pages is to gi,·e a summary of the e ent since t h e i ssue of the l ast O R A C L E , and to di cuss certain que t ions and circum tances which the year ha brought fort h . Y o u have already read of the change and plan o f t h e adm inistrative de­ partment of the college . This year has brought to us Professor Beck , " h o i a m a n a well a a profes or. He lessen the gap between students and Fa ulty. \ \ e welcome him . B ut above all other change in this department of t h e college, comes the ne\v Pre iden t . President Butler h a gone, and in h is place we h ave Presiden t \Vhite. ow far be it from the mi sion of thi ORACLE to so' compliment , or catter undue praise, but an accoun t of the year from a student would be but half written if i t l eft out a paragraph expressing our warm appreciation of o ur new uardian and friend . Preside n t \ hite is a man of cheerful views and open-hearted ways . I t i a p lea ure to call at h is house, either on business or in a social way. He enters into the spirit of st udent life and look upon every undertaking with ym path y ; upon every pran k with kindly forbearance . The s t udents have l earned also to appreciate M r . White, who is always ready to speak a kind ' ord and do a kind act . The presiden t 's house has been made a home for every st udent who has been too ill to stay i n t h e dormitories . P resident \, b ite believes that a ne\ era of growth and pro perity i opening u p for Col by . I f h i s zeal and popularity an be put in the balance, i t will surely tip i n the righ t direction . The past year i a harbinger of still brigh ter days. Next to the change i n the first executive of the coll ege rnmes the change i n that h ith erto vague and distant power behind the throne-the Prudential ommittee. Professor Taylor became its acting chairman l as t summer, and h e at o n c e berran to i naugurate s o m e radical change on the campus. S a m h as been put under the uperintendent of G rounds and B u ilding , and M r . F urlong has given place to an expert engineer. The student have lost many chances to earn money, and we all mourn the loss of " Rabbit ; " but the college h as greatl y red uced its expenses, a n d we feel t h a t i t is all for the be t . "' " 2 .) )


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T here ha' e been formed clu rin o- the year everal i n ter-fraternity c i ass socie­ tic. all modelled after the noble Epicur ans, an order which is becoming more ncl more prominent, until now it is one of the fir t honors of a cour e at Colby to be elected to it · m mber hip. The cla which ha ome among us d u ring the year is a quiet, hard-\\ Orkin o­ company, but it bri n o·s all too few athl te to take the place of those who hm e Ron e . O f a l l the issue wh ich h a \ e come up to occupy the m inds, o r fret t h e lll'. r\ 'CS of Colby men, n o n e out o f tbe h istory o f the past year s e m m re im­ portant than the que tion of the management, or mismanagement , f the A th letic A sociation . For a long time thi h as been a thorn in the fl esh . The t u clen t bod) i powerle s ; all authority i vested in a elf-electing ring. By none of the:e tatemen t i. it meant that thing on the urface are not righ t or that the fi n:m ial management i othe than perfect . All prai to D r . Bayley that we can �:l)' ·o . B ut I refer to the method of electino- manager and members of com mittee . P ractically every tudent in Col by i a memb r of the Athletic A s sociation on equently the t udent body hould cont rol its workings. A Americans, we belie,· in repre entati\ e governm n t, but al o in repr entative elected , not by them elve , but by the people . A · the con titution of the As o­ ciat ion now tand , not even the simple t motion can be put i n a mas meetin g, u n l ss previou ly recornm ndecl by the Executi e Committee-alway excepting the motion for adj ournment, with which the bo e have not yet een fit t inter­ fere . Now, one of two thing should be clone. The members of the Committee houlcl be elected by the tudent body ; or far better and simpler, there s hould be a clause in the con titution requiring an equal repre entation from each of the fratcruiti , or a repre. entation proportionate to the n umber of men in each fra­ ternity. In thi way it would be made impo ible for certain fraternitie to be so nearly excl uded a to have no voice, while other control the whole associa­ tion. U n der the present m thod there is n way of righting the difficulty . The s t udent b cly , as a whole, m u t tal e it in hand before fairn e · will take the pla c of ' ring" pol itic . L

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Ini tiation beo i u . Psychology clas meet the Pre ident for tlie fir t time. Coacl1 goe ltorue. Too m uch air i n Wat n-ille. Sept. 28. id ney fair. Doc . teward captain of ecoucl Team . p t . 29. Freshm n stay a t home deciding which ch u rch to elect . Upper classmeu act a aclvi ers . Sept. 30. F r e h man co-ord wi h B loo iy l\1onday cam once a w e k . r. Colby starts for ProYidenc . Oct. Rill Cowi u g it up a ft r th nine o clock limit. "Te "·onder why ? Oct. 2. B rown , 16 ; olby, o. Four men earn "C' "-Keene, Lar. sou , Palmer, \\"illiam . Chipman order a chafing di b . 3 . Fre b man co-ords el ct officers . Oct. l\Iiss Holm s has a u w chafing dish.

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pecial Confer u c e Board meeting. l\Ieeting of Readiug Room Com mittee. Dr. Pepper calls on the Psychology cla The coll eae recefres a Yisit from Hou . J o eph L . Colby. R eadi ng Room Association is formed . A n d elects officers-\Vork man, President ; D re" , ecretary. E n tertai nm t.:nt in cliapd for the benefit of the football tea m . D r . B lack g o s South . n nales lie abed all day working up " xplanation " for the Public \\"or hip blan k . Flood ! The K � n nebec is 1 6 inche bi aher th an any pre,�ous record. All Maine is cut off from tlie world. \\"ashout t:\•erywhere. EYen tb electric car are b ushed . La t examination . Growing consternation - How shall we get home ? A train down the back road . Some of the bolder s p:rits plan to wal k to Bangor-Sister Gray, McKoy, aud F rye. O n e way or another th e y ' re off, aud agaiu th e campu is d solate.

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" A Happy ew Y ear. " Recitations begi n . The P resident i n quire for th e bold spirit who started to wal k to Bangor. Ko tiding yet. Prex disapprm·es of a re�·ival of co-educatiou instituted by ome of the Senior men . The Gym. is frozen up-poor begin niug. A l and l\Iarian stil l u nreported. The basket bal l squad is large, to ay the lea t. Telegram from Baltimore : " Assign 200 pages to m y class in l\I oney aud Bau k­ i n g . I ' l l be ther l\Ionday.-J . \V :\I . B L.-\ CK . " A day o ff for t h e co-ords t o w a p lies about their Christma presen t . A n extract from the " lecture" given at the fir t meeting o f the clas in l\I oul:'y and B a n k i ng : "You will be required to ecure Je,·ou' ' l\I o n e y aud the l\Iechauism of E xchange' , published b y D. Appleton and Compan y ; Wal ker's ' I n ternational Bimetallism , ' from H e n ry Holt and Compan y ; ' The Theory aud H i tory of Ban k ing, by D u n bar, put out by G . P. Putnam's Sons of rew York ; and 'The Report of the I ndiauapoli Monetary Com mission , ' ·which may be obtained from H . H . Hanna of Indianapolis, I ndiana . I earnestly advise you to procure also vVh ite' s ' M oney and Ban king, ' aud a work in t!J ree vol u m s, which I will meu tiou later. You will ke p two note -books, and I must require you to own Joun tain pen , as note tak en by pencil are indi ti uct. I have nearly ruined my eyes already and I refus to be i m posed u pon any louger. A syllabus for tomorrow' le son is as follows : r . The Plac of Money and Ban king in Economics.

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The Colby C l ub formed by the Colby men of Waterville. The Phi Ride to Canibas I n n .

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A n d n::turn i n t h e m orning. Prex instructs his class " Look up the l i fe o f the logicia n , A lexander Hamilton . " Wh re does Sir William come in ?

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enior men elect officers. Basketball . Colby, r 9 ; Bangor Y. M . C. A. 39 .

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ay ! Have you seen that picture o f Manager Chipman on the Dramatic Club Ads ! Y e who pass by and shed no tear are fi t for d epest ,;llai ny. Epicurean conven e . The earth quakes in awe .

Jan .

26.

Editor's birthday. Refuse me !

Jan .

27.

' enior articles due. Reception to the college a n d friends by President and M rs . White. How lonu, Glover, since you haye been playing the clown to that Lord of the Luri d , the J e n uyne Hot Box ? By J o ,¡e ! Three ti mes three and h urray ! Actually-real ly-' pon honor, the ORACLE has rec i' ed a story ! ! ! C heer up, faint heart, the worst is yet to com e .

Jan .

28.

Prex starts on a trip. The Facul ty take a c lean cut from chapel . Blac k ' s fir t examinations. ow tre mble , ye bluffers, you're up against your king.

Jan.

29.

The ' ' F riars" h ave their picture tak e n . First regular baseball practice. l\Iiss Morri o n gives a musicale at Ladies' H a l l .

Jan .

30.

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3r .

pecial t o Colby cam pus b y w i reless telegraphy f r o m up amongst the icebergs : " My voyage has been a howling success. I h ave j ust pulled up the orth pole and filled up the hole with putty. A m on my way back-B n .r, TA PJ.EY . '

Woe t o thee, K . Laut nspi 1 . Behold ! T h y scalp shall n o t stay with thee a lways, neither thy fair name, for we k now thee of old , e\ en from the days of thy childhood.

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eniors o t e f o r class " honors . "

I k e carries off "The Homeliest Man . "

Masquerade party a t Chemical Hall under th e manag ment of the Y . W . C . A . Church refuses t o 1 n d " his face" o n the ground th at h e would b e u nable to run the basebal l tea m . Football team pose at Preble's. Epicureans h ave a swell pictur Basket bal l . Colby, 6; U. o f M . , 29, a t Orono.

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Prexy 1 ctur s on irreverence du ring chap 1 , directing his remarks to th m e n ' s di 1·isiou , " to w h ich i t is confined . " Did you happen to notice the co-ord in the front row, w riting a letter meauwhile ? 0 well, be charitabl ! Perhaps she was only takiug notes on the lecture. J. L . Harbour, editor of th e Youth's ComjJa11ion visits the college. Petition circulated for a uccessor to Rabbit I . Prexy departs . I I ..f5 P. 1\1 . , D utton H ou se co-ords take to yell ow-covered literature and begin to practice the D u tch Companie. " Dooley" gets out an Echo. H oliday for An uales. H olyday, for A n uales to sleep of the effects off the holiday. Billy Hawe , leaving kowhegan for Colby. endea1·ors to show a co-ord into the smo k i u a car. Moral-make Kappa habit or you ' l l get into trouble. R ob aml McKoy scrap . A tch i happy in th e retu rn of Grace. The Y. M. C . . and Y . \V . C . A. delegates start for Toronto. Atc h i happy agaiL , this time i ts his bask etball team. At Coburn gym . Colby, 1 6 ; U. of M . , 1 3. D . C. C l ub banquet i 1 Bosto u . A fter a rai ny night, we w a k e up t o fi n d a bare cam pus. And uch a glorious day as thi wa n ever seeu iu February. Gym begin to cou n t as a literary cou rse. ""hat next, ye gods, what next ? The .lee C l ub at Oak land . Farmi ngton Normal ufrls pay us another Yi it. Doc. teward to the rescue ! Prize stories cl ue. l\feeti u g of R epre e u tatives from the Athl tic As ociations of th e four Maine college . 'o baseball leauue tbis year. Tommy wri tes poetry on "1\1y Ocean . :eu ior exhibition. The most able and succe sful effort iu hi. tory. Thi rteen speakers, not one excused , and not one flun k eel . " Private Secretary" at S k owhegan . Regular Y . M . C . A . rehear a l . D n t c h y , ( to 'Vood, who i chewing gum ) : I f y o u a t e your lunch eon before you came to clas , you might get along better. Delegates r turn and begin to explai n , " H ow we do it in Toron to. " now cover the ground once more . , taples , Presiden t of Y. M . C. A . I k e writes t h e most of t h e Echo. Basket ball. Hollingsworth and Whitney vs. Colby F reshmen, 1 3- r 1 , at the Club H ouse. A 'ample of Fac u l ty Jokes. Dr. Blac k : W hat kind of labor was first employed i n the production of the precious metals ? Sweet : It was picked out of the river beds. Dr. Black : Wh at-the labor ? ( Groan s) . Basket bal l . Coburn girls snow the F reshman girls under. Colby Fat do up the H igh stitu t s, 16-14. H urrah for " Happy Hooligan ! "


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i.

April Fool's day . A n n ales come back .

April

2.

General Reunion. Baseball candklates galore.

April

3.

College opens. New matron at th e Palmer House. Pratt : "You can't see Sirius this evening ¡ Than Tompk ins is out on the fence with one of those new D k e caps on ."

April

4.

April

Fire i n the outh Divi ion of South College. " C u te" K eene burned out. Great sensation and some moke. G irls of r902 appear i n enior caps . Au "official notification" i sent to the Fraulein that college ha reopened.

5.

Basket ball picture. Cowing el cted captain, G lover manager, for 1<;03 . 'Yar i ty and second naseball team play for the fir t tim Fogg and Drew ign article for life pa rtuersll ip. A tch calls on the matron of the Pal mer House.

April

6.

pril

7.

The embryonic mini ter renew th ir infliction s on the surrou nding towns. l\Iiss Hall installed as librarian pro tern.

Manager Thyng arri v es .

" orkman expounds his theory of ' illegitimate as istance' to J ude. Epicurean spread.

Fir t O RA.CI,E copy sent i n . D o c . Steward comes back w i t h a mou. tacbe ,-raised on "Sk owbega n ' s mild punch and fresh air."

April

8.

April

9.

Apri l

1 0.

Dr. pens r conducts chapel. Dates for the enior and J unior arti le annou nced. Trial of fore s between Rob and the Philo oph y class-Rob ( au d his Sophomore co-ord ) ousted . Y. \V. C. A. elects officer

April

rr.

Dr. Bessey sends a notice for the class in Biology to prepare "the brai n " for M onday . R e v . Mr. Lewis calls on Staples in the domici le of nrnt and Lord. Bla k preads on the outside reading.

Apri l

1 2.

Announcement of the li t who make the Sophomore Declamation. Trials i n both divisions for th e Fre h man R eading.

April April

r3. t4.

Rain giYe th e ba eball men a rest. \Vorkman air om more of his borrowed ori"g-i11a!i1y in the Latin class.

The end of a week of rain.

Colby second team, 8 ; Waterville H igh Sch ool , 2 . J u lius Fogg hands i n some roasts o n t h e Faculty, and offers to treat t h e ed itor. Colby blood rises ; the walks and hood lea Ye th i r place . Big Dud and Peedle set up h ou ek eeping o n the front campus, and sleep i n the open air.

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H ear the march in a of t h e m1ce, -pran cing mice ! H ow they mar h a l up their forces i n a trice ! n j u s t l ose e n se of fre l i n a , \\'hen h e w a k e w i th s u d d e n frigh t , Por h h ear above h i ceiling Tbiug th a t set h i s blood congea l i n g I n t b ed a r k n e s o f th e n i a h t . O h . h e li tens t o t h e i r tread i n g , L i k e the concou rse of a wed d i n g , To th v i o len t exercise O f the mice, mice, mice, m ice, mice, m ice, mice, To the pra n c i n g a n d t h e d a n c i n g o f th e mice.

Hear t h e rac k e t of th mice, merry mice ! O n e ' ould t h i n k it was a store of corn a n d ric . \Vhen at lengh t th e ' B rick s" are sleepi ngThen those worthless l i ttle ch eats, J7rom th eir boles th ey come a er epi n g , I n e a c h c o r n r search i n g , peepi n g F o r t h e i r m i d n ight n i ghtly treats, K e pi n g time with th i r jaws, A n d the cratc h i n g of their claws To t h e squea k i n g manat ion of t h e mice. O f th e bacch a n a l i a n m ic , mice, mice, m i ce, mice ; Those xasperating squeak lets of the mice.

Hear t h e acrobatic ru ice, ao-ile m i ce ! How the cliff rent col l ege rooms do them entice ! \\ hen t h e p l ace ' as ti l l ' a cas ket, Aud the book s are laid away , O u t w i l l c o m e a l i t t l m a scot, D o a back -flip i n a basketT u r n i n g dark n e s i n to day ; T u r n i n g summer - sa u l ts a n d air-springs A n d a h u ndred oth er fine t h i n g . But th i s picture w i l l s u ffi c e To t e l l you of the mice, mice, mice, mice, m i c , That made the students weary of t h e mice. A.

2 59

D. Cox, '03.


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The poetry of the worl eem to haYe di appeared by the t ime I ha\'e com ­ pleted my nine h our of toil , an d turn my teps toward my t emporary hom e . H om e ! Did y o u ever li\'e i n a typical boarding hou e, w i t h l i t t le h o u e and less boardi n g ? t la t my collar is wash ed, my boots are h ung out t o dry, and I calm ly sweep the last zeph y r from the window sill, cock my hot-gun an d wait fo r the morro w . H o t ! M ai ne ne\'er s a w u c h weath e r . Even t h e rubber collar appears affect d, while my h en- kin coat is a t i n g a a street-sprinkler . B u t this i the day for sale . The evident i n cerity of my appeal for col d ' ater opens th hearts of th nat ives, and a canvas. er never allow a h eart once opened to close u n t i l a rcl u t a n t signat ure is on h i book . I am toiling up a long and sandy hill toward a m an ion in the di lan ce, and u nder the shadow of a " tely ' pole I remove my brogans and pour out a few gil ls of briny " fi rst fruit s " of my labor . Then I saunter on toward the mansion whose lofty turret and deep bay window overl ook acre of closely t rim med l awn, inter ected by n urn berle wal ks and beautified by flower set in designs . Tall mapl es and elm s ro k th ir nodd ing branche over rusti eat and comfort­ able swing-chairs . I t raggl up the walk , and after st udiously combing my hair with m y fi n ger. , and h rewdly conce 1 l i n g my pr sp ctus , incidentally and unnot iced k n eking off my patent adj ustable neckt i e , I vigorou l ring the bell . A bady damsel of t h e downtrodden race pre ents her h ining ountenan e . t retch ing down one hand t o col lar an ambitious pup w h ich is t rying t o make a m eal of my shoes, I j udicious ly Jay hold of the open do r with the other, and in onfident tone inquire for M r . chmicl t . Before the du ky maiden can answer, I hear from wit h in the one word , " Fido.' Lu kily I' e been t h ere before and k now enough to make u nceremoniously for the neare t tree . After t he lo s of half an hour and the dogs ' pat ience, Carlo and Fido return to a more substantial shade, leaving me free to meander over the hillside. Beh ind the hedge I t ake time to repair a damaged s uspender and med itate on Vi ion3 of I m m ortality. AGEr T F O R

26 1

K. R.

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T o Y o \J. I

ought to h av e been thin k i ng

of the Colby- Bates debate, Bnt in stead I ' ve thouah t of you , dear. ntil u ow it i. too late. Then t!J

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Fron. a Senior 's poin t of ,·iew , B u t the time is aU t-GQ h-er-t. --El-e ar, That i left from dream of you. A rticles are due to-morrow For the com po ition priz W h at are priz s w h en compared dear, To the love-ligb t in your eye And the O R A C L E remind

m

Of a tory that is due, B u t it u e,·er k n ew th e charm, cl ear, O f j u t dream i n g , love of you.

Loug aao I j oined the le C l ub, "T hough t ath letics w re worth whil e, But I grudged them all the time, d ar, That they took m e from your smi1 College day w i l l soon be O\" r , , And th e grinding over, too, Then I b op to do just nothing But to love, and l iye for you . Nothi n g th rough th

freez i n g winter

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A u d the rosy, blush iua J u n es,B u t to tell you that I J oye you And to bear you ay it, too , A n d ao l o n aer only d ream, d ear, O n l y dream aud thin k of you .

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M oral - Bet ter be a D iamond t h a n a M arbl e . 264

P u p i l cal l H im "A C ran k . ''


Concentration of tbe Mind. J un ior sit down to plug out a lesson in physiology . • · Now " ays he to hi m elf, "the only way to learn a le on is to concentrate your m ind u pon it, t h i n k of absolutely n othmg e lse and you can d o t\\ hour's ' ark in thirty m i n utes. Th at 's what I 'm going to do nO\ . Good bye, world, for thirty m i n utes . " H e begins, " ' The S e n e o f Taste, ' - I ' onder ' hat time it is . G ue s I ' 1 1 t ime m y elf and ee h o w q u i k l y I c a n get this. T h i s concent ration is a great idea . " H e takes out his w· tch, looks at it, and place it open before him . " F ive minutes after two-' Th organ of the ense of ta te'-that pie I had for din ner tasted great hope we'll have some more of it-'is the m ucous -I w onde: what t h at ' orcl means, m u-m u - I won der if I 'l l hear t hose ol d tom-cats b owling again to-nigh t . What a noi e they made last nigh t ! ' Th e organ of '­ that wa good m usic at ch urch last evening. H ope they ' l l have as go d next unday ev ning-'thc sen e '- I " onder what the sense of thi is, anyway . I 'd rather play ba ketbal l . I got a pretty goal the last garn . H ope we'll beat of M . to-morrow n ight . ' Th e organ of the sense of taste is '-, onder h ow some of that candy would tast e . " H e takes o m e fudge o u t o f a box o n t h e table . ' " T h e organ of the'-guess I 'l l see ' hat t ime it is . " H e looks at h is watch . " ot m uch time gone yet . I 'm getting along wel l . I 'm glad I 'm l earning to concentrate my m ind u pon m y work. ' The organ of the'-I hope I won ' t have to recite t -day, I ha e recited four days run ning. I don ' t belieYe h e s giving rn e any k ind of ran k . H e ' roasting m e . ' Th e organ'-! ·wonder whe n the G lee lub will gi,·e another concert. H ope we " on ' t mak e another trip till the end of the term . •The organ of the sense'-! hope the base-ball captain next pring will have ense enough to put the best men on the team and gi\ e me a sho' at sh ort . ' T h e organ '-wonder who is hollering out ide . " H e goes t o t h e window and looks out . "This i a fi ne day, n ot a c loud i n t h e k y , I 'd like to g o off f o r a leigh -rid e . Well , I m ust get to studying. I gues I ' l l begin and run over the fi rst agai n . 'The Sense f Taste . The organ of the . en e '-I v ish I had enough cents in my pocket-book to take my girl to ride next Saturday. What a corking time I had with her la t Satu rday evening. ' Then he gets completely absorbed in d reami n g of h is girl and comes out of it nly when the three o ' cl ock bel l begins to ring. H e goes at h is physiology 26 5


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266

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Grind , Grind, Grind t thy stern grim task thou pln<T ! For you k n ow not the joyon plea ures Of a girl and the pion j u<T . 0 well for the fellow who loafs And can bluff throuo-h the Prof each day ! 0 well for the lucky youth Who cau crib s ucce fully !

And the happy c las goe out To a welcome world of strife ¡ But wh re i the useful k n owledge From thy wa ted college l if ! Grind, Griud, G rind, At th h ad of th c la s, thou plug ! It avails thee uot for thy health is gone nd thine early grav is d ug.


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pa i u t L h wit a 1 1 1 " •lrt h a u ' pra i . · o ' flur11 . . l l is 1 1 1 t 1 �l- ' ., s u 1 1 . d s , dtl \\ 1 1 fo g · , 1 1 ig!J ls, a n d c l ay , 1 i lr 1 1 1ooc b a 1 1 ' rn u s i c , grn,·1: a 1 1 ' gay by t u r n s­ /. h- l h i n k s ' t w ad en ' f r bri t h <:r bard i c: ' s l ays. :\al· prosL culd l'l'ho h is i 1 1 s p i n:cl L ra i u , S u l· . \H'l' l , sa · \li l d , al h .:a n: u l y , a u d \'<.· t a f t !:lac . 1 1 1 g u i ., h t a 1 1 ' sac d a rk w i ' pai u . a · fel l , ', \\" i ' l ii t t o,_ r grid!!. a n ' t r i a l n a n 1: au ll: l l . \\' J 1 a t p r s · c· tild l > ru1 l l 1 l' t h e J '1:s U i a t i ' h i s 1Jru1sl I id b u r n , t h · pnss i o 1 1 . ay1: poured fort h i u sa11g. Th · l ' f r f l o w n · t , . t rca m , a u ' i l k a b ·ast , .\ n ' rn a n , f rhid r l i u g ay1: to d l h <: m \\ Tn J J g ? A y , pros · i a u l c l , ' ti · ua \d t h i n l i er ower p To ca l e i h ·ights w h a u r R abbie s i ts a 1 1 ' si ngs, Dy tim1: or i t b ·r. l h r ' i d e p t h s t o l O \\'l·rF r a ft p r R ahbi1:\ mu l' bad t h : i l - u i u u l w i ngs . . \ u ' "·ad y1: spier \\ h y T , n a e bar i at a ' , .' b u l d d a u r l t ry . i " uc l a n ' w i n t k \'Cr e ? For!--rie m , I h a ' · t n t t h e m u. - ' · ca' , · A u ' a n 't cl hdtcr , a· I maun d w r c. Oh lwart u -'ta n c's bard , w l.ia ang a e tru ' hame, \\' ha r l i d t . a1: lo\· t h e t l <:r' e vc u t i l e , T u e fa t h e r , ha i rn ie. , w i l l c , i ug l t:-R a rn e , \V h y m a u n y · gae . ae fa r . ae f a r a i d e ? h h u m o r ' bn rd . '' h a a n g ' Ta m m i e's n ag, \\' h a . a u g ae h a i rp a n ' k cl' n , l i k e w h i t t l e · ted , \V b a . aun:cl ba i U 1 " L igh t! " wi " H a l y W i l l i e ' . ' ' brag, \\' b y mat1 1 1 y r o n i t::l ' gae to the d ci l ? h bea u t y ' ba rd , w h a i ' t h e ar h i n g b l u e , a w bea u ty' . . e l ' r l o ' 1:cl to t r a · h er n a m <.: Ju w r a t h i ng c l ucl, h ·r j e wt::I g l i t ter i ' t h e d e w , \ \ · b y m a u n ye ca u 1.: h e r h eek to b l u h w i ' s h a m e ? !J pas i n' bard , w h a · a n g ' love ae tru e, \\' h a . a n g of p u ri ty a n ' t r u t h ' a u pow1:r , \\' h y m a u n r · r . l' be e ' t: r a n d a y u n true, u d i' your b r a t be pa:> ion aye: ae dou r ? h n a t u re ' bard. w h a a ng o ' e r l\ I a i l i <.:' grave , \ \ ' h a a n g " Y e: Ban k a n ' B r a e s o' Bon n i e D oo n , " \\' h a m o u rn ed t h e we1: I it mou t: ye c u ld ua ay , \\' h y m a u o ycr sweet, wcet a n g to c a e ·1e oon ? Oh , tia bar I , w h a a n c e the "' i i o n " . aw, \\' h a a n c , wa u r b l e t w i ' w reath o ' h o l l y c row n , \\' h y m a u n y tra) fra d u t y ' path a far, ·or baud t h e gi ftie gi ' n, but tread it dow n ? A l a . poor bard i e , m u i n ' aar m e greet , I can na bid to read your mu ic mairBut h , a n d Ay , wh n y n t t h e . tr am we mee t God gra n t I'l l fi n d ye h a ppy, i ng i n ' tber . THOl\I

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H a rdy, the p pular captain f next s 1 r i n o- ' ba cball t ea m , wa t h e r i n o-J eader. ow h o w to ettle t h e m at te r q u i k l y , yet q u j e t ly wa a d i ffi c u l t 1 roblem . 270


Wh i l e various plans were disc ussed and sugges�ions offered, the boys under consideration were planning for the next \isit to Uncle Reuben . Somewhat anxio usly too, they watched the light in the l ibrary which they felt sure was hinin g on their account . The next morning chapel exercises were drawing to a close. The u s ual not ices were read and among them was the notice of a meeting of the men 's d iv i ion . The girl quietly fi led out, but every professor kept h is seat , a thing which showed that something of un usual i m port was to come before the meeting. Certain y o ung m n i n the Sophomore row knew very wel l what this i m portant matter was . A f ter the last girl had di appeared and closed the door, for a moment al l was silence . Then P rexy with great dign ity aro e and said ; "As presid ent of th is i ns t i t u t ion and chairman of this honorable board I am u nder the painfu l nece i ty o f m aking a fi nal announcement concern ing a matter wh ich I have before mentioned. A l l st udents are strictly forbidden to take an further part in tho e nocturnal outrage · with which you are all fami l iar, and wh ich you have no doubt call ed sport. You r th ough t lessness ha caused a great blot upon the fai r name of the coll ege . I t m u t not and shal l not be al lowed to go further . A ny explanation would only weaken m y statement, o I d ismi s you with these last word ri nging in your ear · any fu rth er depredations we posi tively forbid . ' Now, ' forbi d ' is a word enti rely obsol ete i n t h e vocab u lary of t h e student . So as the class fi led out an d the boys began to th i n k over what had been said , eve rything s emed al l right except that obnox ious term . To t hat they could not reconcile them sel es. " Well, B il l , how do you feel ?" asked one of the boys as they poured out of the chapel. " I 'm better'n I was but not 'well's I have been," he answered soberly. o ? What do you think of P rex's spiel ?" He came over beside h is friend Bates before he answered , then he said, "l feel j ust as though we'd better have a m eeting i n your room early to-n igh t . \ e've got to b e j u t as wise a n d a good deal q u i e t r'n o w l s in t h is matter." Then he t urned to captain H ardy who was corning a l i t tl e behi nd, "What do ye think, Cap ? " " G ue 'twill b e a good day if i t d o n ' t rain," came the evasive response. Then whi pered conversation took place with H ardy and i t was settled to have al l the fellows come ro und to Bates's room early that n igh t . t eigh t o'clock they were all there, t welve o f t h e best m e n i n t h e cl ass . Each one was anx iou to begin the business and decide on the course to be• taken . After H ardy called the m eeti ng to order, Bates was the fi rs t to speak. " Feller I don't k now what we want to do, but we m ust teach that sleepy Facu l t y that we don't care anything about their ' forbid .' My mother used to 27 1


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IYir. Dqoley Refuses to W11ite fo11 tbe Oraele . ....

The ORA L E bad come to i nter iew Dooley the sage, Dooley the great , and now he was being u hered into Dooley' sanct urn anctoru m . The philo o­ ph e r wa toa ting his toes on the hearth of a large air- t ight, com fortably obl iYi­ uus of the raw Febru ary even ing that blu tered outside . He wa back to the door by which the editor en er d and eem cl lost in a re\ erie. H is cozy little den was l igh ted by a large Roch ter lamp tancling on the table beh ind him . I t cast its soft gl on1 onto the mantel aboYe the tove where Mr. Dooley ·� pipe, tobacco, and spectacle repo eel beside a sl eepy little time-piece and a couple of J rish va es ; it l igh ted up the single- ·t icks crossed h igh up on the wal l above the man­ tel , and h irn mered on a bit of blackthorn sh illelah in the corner at the left . I t shone alike on the j u t and t h e u nj u t o n the Sunday papers that l ittered the t able, and on t h e book ca e at the right wh ere H ga n 1!' Pnc m and B rya n ' First Bat t l e t ocl ide by icle ; on the prize-figh t abo' e th table, and on t he Madonna above the book case. All t h i tl1 e O R A C L E saw, or rather fel t , as h e en tered and waited for the sage to gTeet h i m . M r. Dooley roused h i m self and turned to look at h is vi itor. "G uel a\ en in ' to yez, me la-ad. Coom r-roigh t oop t' t h ' faire an ' wa-ar-rm th ' win tcr-r ut a,· yez . Ut s wilcoom Oi make ) ez, an' her-re a dhrop a\ t h ' crayt hur t ' oprn' th ' cock les a Y yer hear-rt . A rrah, yez won 't take ut t h i n ? Wel l , Oi gue s ut aint th ' hair-r av t h ' dorg that bit yez . T h in take me gud w i l l ; an' now m ay Oi ask ph w) ye ve ough t out a poor-r cl ivvle av an O\ Jd D ooley t b i cowld noigh t ? " 'Thank you, M r . Dooley . My nam is Drew . I am the editor of the Colby RAC L E , and at present am a ort of Maecena - " ' No, no la-ad ut's life Ken na. yez mane . Oi kn w the clan well , n ' a thru e­ bloocJed wan ut wor. M c Kenna th ' conth ractor uz t h ' onl wan l ift i n t h ' war-rd now. A n ' so yer a McK enna well now -" "l gue s my pronunciat ion wa& wrong, ' ' interrupted B i lly, hastily " but any way, I m o-ett ing cont ribution for my OR CL E from the most noted men of the day, and I have c me to ask you fi rst . You really must write for me." "Ble ye, me l a-arl ut 's n iver-r a poor owlcl ign 'r'nt Dool ey that'l l wroite f'r y 'r pa-aper-r . Q i ni\'er-r wrot a ' orrud f ' r poopubl i ca hun i n me loife . ' ·

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' So- ? ' . ays Tiddy . ' t ai n t rel ievin' uz htudd ie av mooch , he ay . A n' as f'r t h ' co-or-rd , Oi pitty um,' he sa 'They ve dh ra.wed a blank h e ay • Betther t ' i n k th t over-r, an' br-ring ut oop lath er-r,' he ays . " 'Oi i n t m e oon her-re t pur-rsoo u z h t uddie , ' begin n umber-r four-r­ Oi guess ye did ,' ay Tidd O' H alla 'an h 's p ur-r ooin' um yit ' he say ' i clout he iver-r ketchi oop wit urn ; betther t'ink ut over-r an' tache wn t ' -.,hpr-rint,' h e say . " · Luk 'r yer fu t-ba-all team say nu mber-r foiYe . ' Don't thot l uk loike co- r-rd · ? he ay . Sixty-ayte t' nawth in',' he ay . " ' Naw,' say Tidcly ut l uks loike owld wimmin,' he say , 'Ph'' in ye sh i l l o u t a n ' gi,·' u fa ill ities a n ' indowm int loike other-r coll idge haY , w e ' l l dhra w m i n her-re a n ' beat Bow doin a ty i x t ' nawt h i n ' h e ays, ' F'r H i' i n 's sake don 't take away ph'' at we li a r got ' he say , 'an rnek ut wor-r e , ' he say . can do now uz wear-r their-r h ai r-r long a n ' I ar-rt • Bout a-1 1 our fut-ba-all tea ut in th ' m iddle, ' be ay . ' v th ' co-or-rd. wor gone they wudn't do tbot, ' h e a y . P h w y t h ' co-or-rd depar-rt m i n t uz t h ' o n l y wan in th wh ole r-ranch thot kapc out av det ' he ay . 'The co-or-rds pay their bill , ' he ays, 'an ' t hot mor-r 'n ye can ay av th' m i n , ' he say . 'Trun ou t t h ' co-or-rd f'r cl in bar-rm ? he says . ' Moight a well trun out th m i n f ' r wear- rin out the br-ree hiz av pr­ romi f ' r Soonday pant ,' he ay , l uk at Eden, he ay . 'Ther-re wor Eve gi ttin on t th ' cur-rve av th ' owld ar-rpint an' afther-r th' fa-al l h e knew how t' <locthcr- r dam pwh i n h e a\\ nake · ' he ay . ' An' th er-re ' oe oe, ' he . ay , d id n't he belave in co-or-rd ? ' he ays . H e tuk urn r-roight i n t h ar-rk wit' um, ' he say . An' they did uz wa b in ' f'r urn ' h say , ' bein' a ' twor t o \H:t t' go t ' th ' laundhry ,' b e ay , 'an bein a he l ift out Chinym in ph � i n he t u k in a-all cr-rea b un ' h e say . ' n ' they wa h cl iver-ry da) till they landed on fount rry ' R-rat,' he ay . An' posin e had kicked , ' h e ays, 'becau it wor M nday mor-rnin' i' er-ry day f'r for-rty days an for-rty noights,' he ay . • \Vud n't he bi n a fool ?' he ay . • But Noe joost l uked oop at th' doods dhryi n ' on t h ' r-ruff av th' ar-k. an' sht eered r-roight on " it' th tiller-r bech une uz n . hmoi l in ' an' shrnoilin' as c ud be . A n ' phwin they got so-up- ood in uz eyes a-all h said wor, " Cu eel be Cana-an. " But he n i ' er-r cu ed th' co-or-rds, niver- r ! An Mi ther- lum Nye an Th roe E , these co-or-rd b av' shtaicl wit u at an we'll not t ru n um out nO\ we're shtuck i n th' h igh wather-r, he clam:A.ats,' he say . 'They'll h tay r-roight in thi owlcl ar-rk ,' he ay , 'an' th' tuid ull ft w agin,' he ays, 'an' ' e'l l a-al l go whoopin' away on th' flood av pr-ro. perrity,' he ay 'an' land high and cl h ry on th' m ountain tops,' he says . • H urray f'r th' co-or-rd ,' he ay . ' Wan ! Two ! T'ree !' he says, an' wucl yez b la\'e u t , M isther-r D rew, iver-ry lasht wan joined i n . ' 'Ah,' ays Prixy, t h ' Butler-r. ' 0 i e e we'r-r a-all a v w a n moind,' h e says.

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Air: -The Girl I Loved i n Sunny Tennessee. O n a morning bright and clear To old Colby I drew ntar, J ust a colleg down in s u n n y Wat rville. I was peeding on a train That would brina me bac k again To the co-ord who was waitiug for me still . And the days had seemed l i ke years ince I ki sed away her tears, A s I left her- by the old str am' rippling sid And each day of the vacation I had yearnec for my --0-ld -statie-a , Which wa always by my darl i n g co-ord's side. CHORUS.

\Ve could h ear those waters rippling As sh aid good-bye to me . Far, far down beneath the willows The old boathouse we could see . As the boat did gen tle roll Then my arm around her stol , Just the girl who' s fairest of them all to me. By the old fort n ow we pas ed A n d the train d rew up at last, And I saw my comrad s at the station door. As old Kappas gathered n ear Each face bore a sad, sad tear, And I saw no co-ord waiting there for me. And I said, " Now, comrades dear, \Vhere's the co-ords ? They're not h er . " A l l t h day seemed dark a n d sorrow came t o me, For they poin ted , and I read Wh ere th ev ning paper said ' That the girls don' t go to Colby any more." CHORUS.

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\Vh il the bell kept calling, cal ling. That th tudents b not late Thronged the boys upon th campus But the girl -outside the gate. A u d the sun looked down upon them. M using thus upou the cas.:, "ls co-ordination ended? ' A nd a cloud passed o'er his face.

But i n haste the gates were opened , And in sil nc l i k e the tomb, All th e girls i n safety ent red , Past the " Model College R oom . " Scarcel y h ad the b 1 1 ceased ringing \Vhen excitement all was curbed , Recitations were in progres As if naugh t had e'er disturbed .

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0 T empora ! 0 Mores ! -!- -You ' ve heard o f Balaam's ass that spo k e , Vou ' v

heard w hen J u l i u s cracks a joke,

Y ou ' ve h ard that tale of old Moth er Mory, A n d listened as I k e is telling a story, But

I

ask you all

i n every class ,

Did you ever hear of such a pass ? You have seen the Maelstrom swirl, A n d seen A l M i tchel l w ith his gir l , You've s e e n B u n n y with his grin And have heard that Perkins ch i u , B u t did y o u ever, ever see The l i k e of what I n ow tell thee ? You've been by when Isaac lectured , You have heard that laugh of K napp' s, ou've se n W a l l i e with a moustache. From clear s k ies beard thunder-claps, But did you e er expect to h ea r Such as n ow fa l l s o n the ea r ? A n d this wonder-no, disgrace,­ I'll take the mask from off i t

face,

In fact i t was a college crimeA custom murdered i n i ts pri me. A n d now you k n ow full wel l , I we n Ve B l oody ( ? ) Sophomores, what I ru an

T h e Sophs called out the Freshmen To play a game of ball ; The Freshmen brought along their h orns I n answer to the cal l . They blew them loud, they blew them loug, They cheered th eir class right well and

trong,

W h i le throughout the noisy throng, Each Sophomore held h i s breath. The Freshmen marched around the trac k , Swinging the canes o n high, Which they had c u t from an alder bush Right u n d er the Sophomores' eye. Where are the good old times of yore ?­ Gone-and a groan for each Sophomore ! Yes, ask the class of Nin eteen - Four, How the b orn rush met its death !


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" I f you can gi e u the exam ination , " and the boy's voice t rem bled with fear and pleading. "Oh ! go sit down and write about your pet cat " thundered t h e Profes or, but h m iled in pite of h imself. ( H ard w ork to keep up that th undering bl uff all t he time, ain't it, Rob ?) ' But I ha' en 't any cat " murmured one . "Any pet w i l l do, " a n d h e grabbed u p t h e bag for a charge upon Teddy . " B ut I have no pet s , ' whimpered the girl . " A nyth ing, anything-som e­ th ing about an animal , " and the thunder had fully returned . After t h e poor Fresh men had got wel l to work , and Rob had slammed the door i n departure, the O R A C L E , out of consideration for the English P rofes or, and with the usual truthful nes of editors, passed quiet ly round and informed the ' orkers that he wa to collect the paper when they were fi ni hed . I n time t hey were c m pleted , collected, and read . They were one and all c n i rrned to the flam e , but the maj ority refused to burn, o after som e he ita­ t ion t h ey are presented t o t h e p ublic a speci m en of-but judge for yoursel f . First come the paper from "Joe ' w h o seem t o ha' e been t h e only one who own ed a cat, but , as the sequel show , even h e didn't O\ n one.

A

CAT.

I h a en't the lirrhtest idea of what I ought to write for this exam ination, so I will take down an experience wh ich I had the other day . I will u e m im­ agination to make i t seem real . H ere comes m y n e w neighbor's cat. I a m very fond o f cats and o f this one in parti ular. She i a beau tiful malti-colored coon, worth perhaps ten or fi fteen dollar ( t herein l ies m y fondness ) . She sits down on the rug before me. I muse and h e mews also, but not in the same tone. I j u dge from the sound that her Muse i Calliope, the godde s wh ich each year come around with the circu . B ut l et us analyze the cat . First, according to " Co ine," should be the derivation . The word is purel y Anglo-Saxon . Some ph i lologi t claim that it is derived from the same sou rce a "catch , " bas i n g their supposition, I presume, upon the fact that the cat catches mice. Wel l , so m uch for the deri ation . Now come the defi n it ion . The poet call her the gen t l e feline, Darwin ays that h e is the product of e olution (howls from the cat ) , and Webster authoritatively claims that she i s an animal . This i , I th ink, a elf-evident t ru t h or axiom, a n d therefore needs no proof . Next in t h e l ist i s " Parts." T h e enumerat ion of t h e e would necessitate anatomical dissection, wh ich I do not feel is con sistent with my standing as a member ot the Society for Preven t ion of Cruelty to An imals ; ne,·ertheles , i f


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And now we fi n d a lad who really has a pet, and a beautifu l style, both of wh ich he pre ent to us.

O U R H O R S E. Bv J OH Enw R D .

M y Papa own s a Horse-h e is a mare. We cal l h im Jane, which is a ery pretty name I th ink . J a n e is ometimes very cross, which I i n tend to soon tell you about . But fir t , I k now a lot about hor es. A horse i a quad ruped . They cal l them that to clearly di t inguish them from a aw horse, which is wooden . G randpa ha one though with n ail in it, for I poiled my aw on them-the new ·aw mamma bough t me to if possible, earn my way thro u gh colleg with . I am good at sawi n g wood, b ut I can ' t get ahead very fas t . The scientific name for horse i nag. According to Franklin it come from the Lat in eq u in e ( th e pos e si\ e case of eqims, I believe ) ; the e-q- u - i i dropped a n d the fi nal e changed to a-y. T h ere are several · inds of m are bes ides horses , such as kol ts, ponies, horselets, nightmares, big horses, bay horses, white-nosed hor es, pets and some other k ind I don ' t know how to pell-There i al o a horse on Li y, if you won ' t tell J u- Pro fessor Taylor, I m ean. Papa n e er kept that kind of horses , though . But I suppose you want to know about J a ne . To more exactly classify him she is a pet . She is the most thorough bread pet I know . I never knew what a pet was till last year. One day I was at the barn and I a ked Papa if J ane wa n 't a pet, and h e said " Y es , " and he put in a swear word about her. Then I a ked him what a pet is, and he said , "A pet's a horse that don't earn her ke ping." Jane's a pet . He used to be good to work but Pa can't harnes h i m now . H e has n ' t been harnes ed sin e the t ime he broke Papa ' s arm and Wil l ie's l g i n one day. Willie i my brother, and he's a pet too . T here , the other boys are fi n ishing and I wan ted to tell you how Will ie broke h i. leg. I n ver am able to completely fi nish anything, but Mam ma says it isn't good for m to work hard or long, for I 've had h eart t rouble e er since the l ast h u k ing­ bee, wh en we played Copen h agen , and I wa IT too long. A l l the re t of the b y · could catch the girls, but t hey t ook their hand off when I was I T .

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And now comes t h e effort o f Arthur Lee, who grad uated a t t h e head of pelling c las , and feels the burden of his brai n s .

THE

GO AT .

Al l the s pecies of the gen ius Capra may be divided into two classes, one of \Vhi h i repres nted by the ibex, the other by the goat . Let us for a few moments glance at the latter class, in which is found our domestick goat . I t r cei e s the name Capra beca u e o f its propen ity o f giving vent t o its feel ings in a very playful way after being fed on board nale and tin cans for too weeks . 289


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The old Roman u ed to paint on the ft oor of their front entries the words : " ave ane m . " I t m eans "dog-kennel, ' and they d id it because they always kept the dog th ere . You see they didn't have locks on the doors then, and so needed a watch dog. ( I k now that is righ t , for I a ked a S ophomore, and he e ·plained it all to m e . He was a very nice Sophomore .) Nowadays people keep t heir dogs in the back yard, except cantdog and the t \\ O legged kind . They are the m ost dangerous of all . ometimes when a fellow goes away to Col lege, and has a good time, the old fol ks will say : " H e 's gone to the dogs ." I wonder \ hy ?

" R oberts '04 accid entally '"oke up for ten min utes last l\1onday."

Colby Eclzo,

Dec .

5,

'o i .

That Sammy i s a Bean-pole v

do not i u s i n uat .

A n � that pole light mean

pol i te n ss

Would be open to d bate. B u t th re's o n e thing seems quite certain­ That Sammy surely m ight Have b e e n a better F reshman I f Sam bad Bean pole ligh t .

·

tearns ' 0 3 is vi iting fri e n d s i n 'V i u s low . "

*Wtekly till forbidden.

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INTERCEPTED MAIL . I f the O R A C L E expected to be engaged in this world's act ivities at the time of the publ ication of t h is volume, there m ight be more reticence in the matter of confe sion . But a few more pages of grind will surely bring about a fatal case f brain fe er, therefore without hesitation I admit that by stealth Sam 's mailbox key was obtained, and from time to t ime different com m unications have been copied and the editor's drawer thereby enriched . . The fir t article worthy of attention came as a Chri trn as present, i n the hape of Knapp' set of elect ive blanks and addenda. These, you see, were more than a week late , owing to the l ength of time it took to screw up h is courage to ign a ·ch olarsh ip certificate, but at last it was done. I don't expect that you will be i n tere ted in the fact that Rob wouldn't have h i m , or that the D utchman refu ed his e lective blank absolutely, but there was one unique paper-the Publ ic Worship blank.

PUBLIC WORSHIP. To

T H E REG ISTRAR :-

Wilton , Me. , Christmas 1 901 .

The following is a tru e report of my attendance at publ ic wor hip on the Sabbaths of the c urrent term :N um ber of Sabbaths i n the term

13

Attended the church of my election

.JO

girl's

Attended ele ewhere, A bsent from wor hip, ExPLAN TI O N S .

,,,,.....,

0

(I belo ng

times . to K. K. 1(, ) t imes .

Rainy Sundays §=P.� .

1l!lerry X-1nas,

Teddy !

My girl couldn't go

to ch u rch on rainy Su ndays, so of cour e we stayed at home and read-and h oped for more rainy Sundays.

We went three times to

Doc. Steward's sociables to make up for absences.

Respectfully, L . P. Knapp,

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C lass of 1 903.


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t ru ly , H ARRY

E.

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Jan . 20, W02 .

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In account witb . . . .

Glob� S t�a m Lau ndry.

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D K.\ R F T H E R

:-I hall soon need some m oney, fi fteen dollars, to pay my Y . M. C . A . d ues. Please send i t before the next good sleighing. My college cour e i · doing me lots of good I m i ngle in the best ociety and know how to dress and act so t hat nobody would e ver suspect that I came from a potato farm . i nce the clo e of the football season life has been pretty d ul l here . A bout all a fel low can do is to cut recitations . Some fellows plug, !:rnt I don 't have to, 2 97


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work th y a sign than to have a good t i m e . I 'm get t ing along fi nely in my t ud ie . I omctime go i nto the clas wit h o u t eve n looking at the lesson and m ak j u st as g od r citat ion as i f I h ad s t ud ied i t . G od bye now. I ll write again when th ere ' s nothing el e to do . Your son,

B1c D u o .

bout the m iddle of February t h e u per wa� taken ill and a mi f r t u nes always com in a b unch, the snow bega n to fal l and to blow and to m e l t and t o f· eeze u n t i l i t w a s a m uch as a m an s l i fe was worth ( a n d m o re t b a n a co-ord ' ) to vent ure o u t . T h e ore h ead and lame bac ks wh ich that week brough t were more last ing than a l l fou r of our ann u al smallpox scares . The i n dignat ion fi nally pen t i t elf in a pet ition a violent as i t wa useless . It brash ness has been t e m pered by heay y s la b ing , and in t h i s som ewhat mollified form it i pre e nted .

P ET I T I O N . \ e, the u nder igned , stud n t

COLBY C O L L E G E , February 1 9 , 1902.

o f Colby Col lege, re pectfu l l y p tition the Fac u l t y that

t h e condition of the Campus wal k s , w hich now mak s wal k i n g both dang rou be a l tered f o r the b tt r.

om

of the m o t p r e

i u g reason

and d i ffi c u l t ,

f o r a s k i n g this c h a n g e a r e

i n dicated below by i n di vidual sufferers. --

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S v re cold from struggling through drifts wai t d ep. B lack and blu

pot

cau ed b y fal l . .

E x h i bited i f required.

Can't afford sn owshoes. H aven ' t sat down with com fort s i n ce m y compulsory ses ion of a w ek ago. train o f k eping m y equili bri u m too gr at for my n ervous Have b e n d epriYed o f C hap

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exercises for a wee k .

Co-ord

Can ' t h o l d m y c e n ter.

Co-ord

M r. B utl r's gone with the Glee C l ub and th re ' s n o on

to hold m e up.

My mother objects to profanity. Have to start for clas Co-ord

half au hour earlier.

I t hurts our pride to b

seen

with fire-sho\•el

drifts, and ta kes so m u c h tim e that we ar Co-ord

as w

dig through the

late to recitations.

Puts the Profs on the pig b cause w e are l a t . By

the

time

I ' ve wal lowed across the campus and ambled up th r e

flights of s tairs , I ' m so fagged o u t I can ' t l i e down w i thout hanging on. I am a member o f the Y . M. C .

A.,

b u t I can ' t stand th e pressure o n the

third commandment. Dang rous to l eave the campus after dar k .

I haven ' t broken the D u tton

H o u se rules t h i s w ee k . T r y i t yourse l f a n d you ' l l see why. M y room-mate gets u p early a n d s teals my rubber boots.

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\ a1 1ie did a he "·as told but Billy gave him a all-down for not knowing hmY t take a gla s s topper out of a bott l e and t h e n he bowed him how to whittle a . tick I wa ju t going to lea\'e , a I knew before hO\\. to ' h i t t le, and t l ight up, and to open a bottle, thou h I r n getting rusty now, but as I tarted , Bi l ly noti ced me and a ked me Y ry c rd ial ly \Ybat I wi ·heel for . e a fe\\ experi­ ' l cam e to get a fe,\· pointer ; · I said. I hould l ike t o ment perform ed . ' " h ! I f you will come oYer here, Mr. Teagu e, I can sho\\ you one or t wo. ' I went ver to one f the desks and watched. "In t h fi rst place " aid Billy, ' we will t ry a \·ery simple experiment-we will change the pre ide n t i nto the profe or of Hi tory and Economic. . H er i a q uarter of a dollar coined in 1 9o r . You see i t i br igh t and h i ny. \\ e ma \'ery properly cal l it wh ite. Now i n t h i bot tle i a aturat c l olution f H2 S . You .- e I pour a fe w d ro ps over t h quarter and i t oTad ually o-ro\\' dark until 1t m ay now be cL lled black. The exp rirnen t is com plete, \Vh ite ha becom e Black . " Bil1y was g i n g to h w me somethino- more but my ol factory nerves were b comincr o i rri tated that I excu e 1 myself and tarted Yer t call on \\ h i kers Bayley . H e ' that man I told ) ou about th quare t man on the Facul t y, and the most popular. He look at thing with om c m mon sen e, but be' a crank in class-room . I t ld you about our exam i na t ion in botany d i d n ' t I ? \Vh isker imported a lot of flower- that we d id n 't know th n am f, n r he eith er. Then he et u all round and o-a\·e u ach a couple of flower E erybody made ome k i n d of a stab but of cour \\ h i ker k n \\ it wa all gu s \\' rk , . o he d rew lot and let three men through for l uck and made' the re t of u. t ake the e xam i nation over the next clay . The econcl time he gave u each a buttercup and a daisy and of cour e e\' ery man c red a h unclrecl . \, el l , wh n I came out from B illy' the t wo o'clock bell \ a just ringino­ ·o I hu. tJec.l ri h t O\ er for Geology . I knew I \ ould need t get t h ere prom ptly for it does n ' t take v h i ker long to get a cla wound up so t ight that it take the \ h le hour to g t into work i ng order agai n . \ hen I cam e i n v h i ker wa j ust po tpon in an exami nat ion , (for the t h ird time they tell me) and h e ·aid he would lecture on fo sils. I to ) k notes wh i l e I tayed, so I can give you what h aiclFos ils are d i\' idecl into four ch ief classesN eu ropterirrregarinida, I ntegripalliata, Pteroclophyte , and viculo 1 ecten bel list riat a . nder the fi r t c l a s come t h e Lam ell ibranchiata o f the Paleozoic period f the Phe nogarnous era. There are t h ree h und red e\·enty-nine oth er ub-cla es but before tak i ng tho e \\ e wi l l proce d with the eight hu ndred twen ty-th ree genera under t h is fir t sub-cla . ou w i l l be expe ted to dis­ t i ngu ish pecim ns of each rrenera, and of all the lead i n g pecie . The speci30 1


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D r . Co : i\There ha t thou gon and whith r ha t thou fled ? Dr. Black, ( a. ·icle in an un de rl on ) : C l i pre en e me ! oon ,, ould D r. Cox : Oh , for a fading glim pse of th rivaling moustache : I leave thee as horn a a peeled onion and with a h ead as em pty a thy ' onted talk. D r . Black, (aside) : H e sees me not . I f I escape, I 'l l cut h im out . D r. Cox : om e forth , I bid, and h ear thy peedy doom , n r lon er h i le thy Ha, what hav ' e h re ? ( Be acl ·a n ces to the lai.Jle a n cl s n atch es p ch f in ult . 11p a Jiaper fre �lil!/ written . ) D r . B lack, ( always aside) : The wil l . the will ! Dr. x, (reaclin g ) : 1 now all m e n by the e presen t : That I , Jame \Vi l l iam Black, of Baltim re, Maryland, now ojourn ing i n this a c ursed land, ncl liYino- in \ aterville Main hard by Colby C l leg ; consid ring the uncer­ tainty f l ife and <leath , and b i n g of ound mind and m rnory, do make, and cl clare, and publish , thi my la t w i l l and te tament . I give and bequeat h 1y entire fort une con i ting of my wife, chi ld and nat ive city ; m y data and s llabi · my dog, baby-carriage, and neckties ; m y p r­ nal property, and real e tate · my entire ' ealth ( for cl fi ni t ion see Bullock ) ­ a l l to t h e Pre ident a n d Tru tee of Col by Col leg · pro idecl only, that they . hal l e:\.-p 1 forever from their in t itution a certain ' orth les and t reacherous t u cl nt,-A . Davenport Cox . ( D1" Go. · tear · the c1oc n m ent i1L piece a ncl froth , cil .

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PICKING BERRIES .

Y o u ' v e heard of Doc. Steward from k owb egan H1gh , A n d th at fellow from W i l ton , named K n app ; As wayward a pair you 11 surely admit A s e er n estl d i n ature s broad l a p . A n d t h e s e w i l y y o u t h s i f th e t r u t h were told h i n i ng their bras to make th em bol d , H a \" j oi n d th M thodist C h urch . A s k for their motives, they 11 l ad you astray And point to their piety day by day, A n d you ' l l be l eft i n th l urch . But go to the 1 e th odist u nday morn , ( LeaYin g at L om e your old tin horn Or you ' l l be t mpted to use it ) , You'l l ee why t h e y stay to S u n d a y - cboo l , A n d m a k e " l ate to dinn er" t h e i r consta n t rule, Or are even w i l li n g to lose i t . F o r t h e y a r e picking Berrie Doc . kward runs the sociables Aud has them h ice a week . B u t w h o run Doc ? you ¡ re ure to ask , W hat mak h i m such a freak ? Ob come with me ome Friday night nd watch poor coatless Doc. His ch ubby face a l l beaming bright Loo ks like an eight-day clock. You se the fore behind the guns, How moothly Yery item run s ! A n d there its K n app without a care. Tru ly, you say, a happy pair. For th e y are picking Berries. p i n North C o l l ege at Number N i n e You ' l l find mo t a n y n i g h t A y o u t h i n bis suit o f Sunday best, A Fran k lin C ou n ty wigh t , Forgetful of h o m e , forgetful of friends, T e l l i n g to n o one w hat h e int nds \ a tching the lagging momen ts pas At N u mber i n e before th e glass­ That i s , you' l l find him there a t seven A t eight h e hopes to be in heaven A long beside the faithful D o c . Far removed f r o m e a c h earthly shoc k , F o r they'll b e picking Berries.

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Honors and Hon o rs. me ambitiou ni r may ha t u rn cl to the arlier pa ·e of this book an I look l at their own bir raphie with a f e ling of di appointment and even anger a t he_ h ave n t iced c rtain chanrre which w re mad in their rnanu cript . Lack of pa e c o rn pel i cl tbi -the O R A LE fel t orry but there wa n o other ay . I n the intere. t of all wh ha,·e been wrong d a amp] biograph y prin ted h e r -an 1 t h e other wer like unto it . l l ml E A D ORE

uth Divi i n titute, I 98 · ., I , 2 3, 4 · hai rman of t h Com m itt e 3 · hairrnan t t h e M mb r hip C m m i t t e 4 ; uh-Commit tee and m i nor office ; H rn Ru:h , mpir hman c rap, 2 · f pan k i ng Raid 3 · bove Cb · _ uarrel , 4 · Edit r of olby H and-Book, 3 · Regular t t endant at th Bap t i t . E . , I , 2, 3 4 ; C l by Glee C l ub 1 , 2, 3 4 · Col by O rchestra, 1 2, 3, 4 · M a nag r 3 4 ; M andol in-Guitar C l u b 1 2, 3, 4 · Colby _ uartett , I and Leader, I , 2, 3, 4 ; Chapel h ir, I 2 3 4 · Pl ay e d har; 1 rga n ome 3 ; antata, 4 ; Lead r of Cla ino-ing on Cla Day, 3 , and pr p c t i ,·e. 4 ; \ r te la. de 3 , \i rote for the ch , 1 , 2, 3 . Rei:,"u lar Ech Repo rter 4 · Picture ciat ion 1 , 2. 3. 4, ; Ath letic Ex­ th letic in the O r�1clc, I , 2 3, 4 ; C l b_ h i bition, I , 2, 3, 4 ; I n dian l ub Drill I 2, 3, 4 ; Durn b Bell Drill, I , 2, 3, 4 ; q uad , 4 ; Parallel H orizontal Bar Squad , 1 , 2, 3, 4 · Leader f H rizontal Bar Bar , 1 , 2, 3 , 4 · Colby St udent ' Con ference Board , M n ' Di i · ion C l as. R e pr en t at i Y e, 2 ; Com menc ment U her, I · D i t ributed Proo-rammes at Sophomo r e Declamation, 2 · As i tant ollege Marshal , 2 ; Leader of Ch eering at Colb v s . Yarmouth Football ga me, 2 ; Celebration om m ittee twice ( 2, 4 ) . Official at Cla Track M ee t , I ; Third ice-Pr sident Colby R publican lub, 3 · Col by R 1d in Room A sociation 4 ; Excel len t in Clas Ro m Work , I t rm , 2 · 313 ical In

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·ople h ave ance t o r

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j u n i or

F r e h m a n ( w i th a n a w k ward g ri n ) : tion i t .

I

er-er-ha\'

e n joyed i t

just

'

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h , er-er-don ' t m e n ­

m uc h you have."

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Mower

(ab

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swe t h a ,-i ng my p i c t u re t a k e n ?

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" Yes, dear. "

--


The O rac l e Wond ers \Vbether Bert J ones will get tim t grad uate. H ow R ags" can tancl l ife in outh Colleg . H O\ a o· od , whol me energeti lad l ike Maxfield Yer o-ot into an odd-year cla. s . Why D r . Black per i t i n refu ing t o listen t o questi n s from th inking men but prefer to reh ar e the 'fri l ls" f the text-book . \ hether J h n Bart lett 1 out f r keep , or is t h i m er l y an ther spa m ? \\ hether young Hal l lo t his t ru n k, or merely forCYOt 11 i om b, razor, cloth bru h and h oe polish . \ by the e ub-manager are in uch a ru h t cla1 n ' they ha\·e never won whi le t h e old veteran who have earned tw r t h ree see m undisturbed if they hapr en to b wearing unlett ered weater . \\ hat alary Ph ilip G i l k R i chard on draw £ r Jead i n o- t h e respon e at chapel exerci es . n B l ack a n l R o b in COl'n pari on with \i h) so m any roast are handed i n the n um ber on the re t of th Fac u l ty . \\i'h M r . Pr xy ha grown h ru ubery (Wer all the win dO\\ S t o' a rcl Ladies H al l . an i t be t hat b e fear th pernici u i n fl uenc f the o - rds' exam ple on her young h peful ? I f Gould i t ongue-t ied . Why the bleach r. s t i l l stand . Thi count ry do n 't pride itself i n ruin . H ow the Dekes replac cl o quicl� l y t h e h t caps tho e how girl. swiped . H ow Perkin. ecu recl his po ition as monitor of the Facul t y . H ow the champi n sport of o ut h Co' lege f lt w h e n t h q u i t N rth 11 g men ru bbed i t into t h em i n t hat card tournamen t . \\ by t h e D ut t on hou e s fa, t e h nically called ' t h e poonh Ider , " rem ain op 1 o it th hall door Mary Ward t t h cont rary notwithstand ing. I f in an emergen cy, Mor e coul d u l ter thirt y word to t h e m i n u te . \ h th r R o b c me u p i n front of North Col lege a n d y 1 1 for fu n , or for exe rci e . By what affi n ity �am 's "c i rcn girl " singled ut G ray a t h e i r prop r pre How m uch t h e roastee ' uld give to edit on page of t h e ra le.


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Do t thou thi n k , because thou art virtuou . t h ere sha l l be n o more cakes and ale ? Look I a Ca sar to woo Cl opatra ? A Tito to aspir to Berenice ?

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r

u on entity, a \" ry n on entit y . l i o n a mong lad ies is a m o t dread ful t\J i u <r.

:

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He mu t n e d A

Cook : I nto th teward :

tearn : Palmer :

You A 11d

Aw s : P h i lbric k , '05 : Hathaw

y :

Tarbell : Lord's pup :

For I am dedin d val of year .

hould not ta k a fdl o'"' ight y ar ld h i m w a r to 11 ,·er k i th CT i r l s .

ru , ke

D ark , alm, large-front cl , liCTb tn i n cr - ye , Earth has uo double from h i 111 ult! . ue wide o' r preatl ing Thi

C lark , '03 :

\\1a liburn :

that the d e v i l d riY

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\ i n lO\T : Thompson :

CTO

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e

tough .

leep o n , thou fat 1 viatba u . weet, h art-lifting l 1 ecr fu l 1 1 • L i k e pri n gtime of the year, e m s ever on thy t p to wa i t . A

ophomore, but yet so f r

,

\J .

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l i \•e.

I w u l d n ot waste m ' pr i u g o f In i 1 1 dallian e.

utll

·

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I

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k u ee .

Lord ,


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k:

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. ra y :

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lo

f la i l r ·

ml rn m y l i or l y .

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l' R

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ta

;\ l y t • nckr y u lh wn. u en:r y ·t at i a t \\' i lh an · pa · i 11 ( i u ll a n 1 i 1 1 g 1 ye. ; i y e me t h e l i t t l e lad . n couqu c:: r a n y m a n

Tow u e :

haw :

ut .


A Composition About Co=ords . teach r in on

ng i nc a keel lier ·cholars t e on the tr t . \\ e take t h e C -or l

t h e ' ater a n d i t t h e y s t a y i n big n t o g t up, and ' oman l et ome fel leL if t h ey begi n to have a g od tim . om Co- rd l iYe in other h u e ' h e re p ople do. They g cl wn tO\ n and hm·e fel ler a od deal . M y cou in J irn ay the) are port . o­ ometime , and h i re hall down t own wh re t h ey can ord wear h ort k irt dance very \ edne day nigh t . A t th c I lea t h ey have ch urch every m rning a 1 1 cl t h e -or l s i t i n t h e front at , wh r the b y can look at t h em and th n they won ' t m a ke a n oi e to di t ur b t he m ini ter . " l aw a Co-ore\ once with a quare black hat o n . T h e h at had a t a s el and J o keel a i f ' t was t urned upside cl w n . Th ey aid sh wor it 'cau. she wa m . t ready to gra,·itate and \\ a n t d pe plc to 'po that he kne'' omething. Papa ay that gravitat i t o at t ra t , but t hey don't look \'cry a t t racting. M o t o f them can't even get m arried, Mamma ay , and th y can 't ·ew, nor wa h nor cook n o t h i n 'ccpt W l h rabbit , a n d mo t p o p l e d o n 't like rabbi t . T h e college f lJer c l n't , but t h e y m ak bel ie ,,e t h y d o wh n t h o-orcl o k th m . I h o 1 e I wo n ' t n v r b e a Co-orcl . "


The �\arried Men's Club. IK TLlE

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a u n cl r .

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n gi r

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d,

rk m a n .

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h a i r. a. you 'an . Prof. I I ·dman p re f r ' m I ·ft a n a f t ,rt h o u u h t , ' I d n ' t k n v why, I ' m . ure . ' ·l f u p an cl t <t k ·s u t h i · ra n k -bo k .

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m ith ! ' h e gT wl.

ut.

!' H t u rn di. gu ted l t th b y . � I r . Butl r . " No an \\' r. ' I r. D udley, where' · I r . Butl r ? " H ow cl y u uppo e I know ? I 'm not re pon ibl D uell ' Nor for any t h in g el " narL R H cl e h i · rank-book .

f r li irn " mu tter

lf to a i\ iliz d p xt I M r . Brunel,

I

t'

ition .

h ar what y u

t d pr m inence thru t upon him Rob ·it upri ht nee more and ] enk ' bad exam pl . O ugh t to be om a in reading. That s n ugh ! " o f arti les o n e m ore, a n d brin()'s ut th one ttl back and d raw a lono- b r ath . b longing t the Fraulei n . " I ha e le ted y ur articl to be read , Mi P or, f r t\ o rea ns. Fir t , b e a u s y o u usual ly have · ornething w r t h s a i n g , (temperat ur j n the FrauJ ein's vicinity ri e ten d gree and eco nd because it i alm t i m po sible to r ad y ur writin , " ( temp rat ure uffer a fal l ) . M i Poo r takes the fl or while Rob begins to 1 k O\ er th other articles . " Read ! M r . Allen , ' he orders harply, a soon as M i Poor :fi n i hes . A l len read and come to a m i tak . Rob i n t errupt · h i m . " ow , if you girl and boy don ' t know what Engli h ram mar i you'd better go back to the G rammar chool . I t' no place for you here. I 'm II

32 5


'h,

Ill

·d o

1 1 1 ·� ·I

for

1 •ll ing

k n o w i n g what a n E n g l i · h

C<

n, M r .

11 n.

s i l s do w n .

l uc l · n t �

·nt •nc · is.

gra l ua l · from

col l ·� · w i t h<Jut

t hi

l ' rn n o l goi n g- t o l · t i t h a p p · 1 1 a n y m o r ·

l' ·a I f a st a n d p u l :om · l i r · i n t

J

l\ l l ·1

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fi n ish " , ancl

R ob. him.

u w re \' I

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r -p l i e . .

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r at T _.agu ', "Y u t ry what you

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run

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d i d n ' t h av

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a d u ty

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on what

ld b

I say, for it

3 26

k , and begi n s .

\ ood-rhymes with t rooper .­ i

pretty i m portant . "


to take not s

R ob croe n t al king, and o-rad · rn a l l of h is back . n t t o p w ri t i ng and di p t h e m el\'es a om fortably a I ...1 t s . Caleb, Pr xy, and Ri h prac t i e t h ei r art i · t ic ability on blank leave · their not -b oks · Dagge t t plan h w h can cut h i girl agai n ; tch t h i n k · o e r the la t ba ·l et ball game ; Tommy block out hi next Doole article · I aac wonder h o w often m e o-ord - c m b their h ai r ; M i s · l\ I i� Poor plan an th r art icle t lay R o b ; and t h e other co-ords clr am of uch t h in a d light rcl i n ary fem i nine m i nd . When Rob t ir of tal king he pulls h im l f up, bang hi: bo k t o·ether, an 1 nap o u t ," uffici n t ! ou all in the l i brar ." All b

A

T R- U E STO R Y .

I t chan ed upon a

ertaiu day

V e Heroi nes-Of fair uncloulle l wt:ather,

T w o maid l1 of t h D u t ton H u e \\'ere strolling h o ru to<rether, \\'h"ile D u tc h y , with a h ead o swel led wear it on would fracture. \\·a pouti ng to th m littl r!J y rn O f G erman man u facture.

Ve E s c o r t - Y ou ' d

The hou e was reacllerl, t h Ve

y

turned to

B u t D u tc h y , all u n k nowing, M i sundersta n d i n g - \\' en t trid in a down along th 1.:: H i German t ru m pe t blow i n « . T h e people a l l a l o n g t h

o,

tre t ,

" ay

Ye People's A ma z e-Stare I after h i m in wond 1.:: r ;

They grin d and c h u c k l ed as they aw Poor D utchy s little b l u nder. A t length the though t occ urr 1 to llim Ve Professor 's Hi li t uers to mi s Chagrin-Hi feeling when h found them gon A r b t ex pr ed l i k e th i " ! -- ! ? ? ? ! ! ! "


F O R T H I: BENE 'P

pr

t th '

f t;W DO�TS. IT

or

H E UN OPHI

Tl

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ED

F R E H M t: N .

I ' a r t h " �now off t h ' wal k .

F ac u l t y t

in wint r.

1 o n n l , a n d a n y way, a t h a w c o m ·s soC J n L' r t h a n t he

It

Pr u ch.:n t i a l

omm i t t · · ca n a ·t . n ly

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I

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l

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l Ian k

OXT

f

J

t h ' t::i. rt h .

I i t n c · s�a ry t

ma k

·

a r port

a n: m e r l y o l d i n � t i t u t it n · of t he col l

Kai pa m e n . ·

\\' 1 1 .

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g- t t h ' i d e a t h a t Ph i l i p

D

f

you r

·ue,

· h u rc h at t e n c l a n e .

a n d a rc i n t c.; nc.k<l

·kton .

The

h i · A y for

, i l k y R i h a rd son i : a n ord i n a ry m o rta l .

u c l o , h e w i l l w i 1 ' u p t h · A oor w i t h

i · fr m B r

l n : p i t , of a 1 l ·ara n c . h e

t h a t . m a l l p Jrt io n of i t k no w n a!> C o l by '<1 m p u . .

u a n d c l · p � i t you u nd · r t h e · i n k .

lf I le

u nd e r t he

Tt i

t l1 c co n t ra t

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+· --

--

B u t i f perchance I · e rn t o you t o play the fool , 'T\\'oulcl e m tllat you a u cl I alike b long t Folly'

,.f 11tigo11e,

A lone, un frie nt1e<l , and u nw ed , long t h e appoin ted \Yay I ' m I d .

c h ol.

Li!les -1-6910.

Ibid, lines 876-77.

Go then b low. L t l o Y con ole y u r l o . But w h i l e I l i \· no woman hall be ho s. /birl Lines 52-1--25.

In truth 'ti� quite in wom a n ' To tru t a t i a <T b for

way

And wheu a wornau t 1 1 a yarn You bet i t i u ' t worth a <lam .

Agamemnon

Lines ..µ2-6.

A n d th n, a if w n eede1l more, \\ en: added wor e thing sti 1 1 on sh ore . Our bed were ma le b n • th the wal l , \\' !J enee auy time t h e f o e migh t fall ; "'hile from t!Je k y , au l fr 111 the urouncl The wat r wet us all around :

Ibid, Lines 516-20.

rneu e-1 here' one t h i ng . ure , A n l i g ne. 1 think you will agree with m e , The thing i u h , n awful r a t \\' 'cl better k ee p i t u 1 igh ty clo e . A u tigone-Oh no 1 m e n e , p i t i t u t . Far b t t r t o b ta l k ed abou t, A uel bell r all !Jould go to rack Than you

h uld t w i t behind m y ba k . A 11 tigone L i1tes 84-87 .


·ou \H• n: 1 1 CJL 1 1 1 y d .1 1 1 . . t la., '

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com p l t e h i tory o f t h an t i -irn pro m n t m O\ ement a t Colby, incl uding a n ac o u n t f th I R O X I K r K E R . a n d o f the e tabli h m en t a n d c a r r o f th :\' T J - hI P R OV EJ\l E :'\ T by t wo of i t f und r '

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, 1 1\ ' .

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F i r st S i g h t .

B Y N . \· . B R K E R .

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I was dead , very cl ad . I real ized it for the fi r t t i me wb n I found myself on �l1aro n · . raft . \\ e m ad e an ea y pa a;e of t h S ty x , and I " a cond u ted t h rmwh a dark om e pa ao-e i n t o a large court room wh re many were wai t ing for t rial . In a l a ro-e chair on a plat f rm sat t h e stern-faced R b aclam a n t h u s . t h i righ t th re wa a laro·e d uble w i n o- door abo e \\ h i h wa the l egend, · Ely ian F icld . ' t h i left wa a b ug hole in th e fto r, d wn ' h i ch exten ded a m ooth · lip1 ry ch ute. Tbt"re wa no bottom to t h i pit a far a one could ·ee but from time t tim t here ro thr ugh the hole fai n t fume f · u l ph ur . A I f 1 1 i n t o l i n e to a\\'ait my t u rn bef re th j ud ge, my attent ion \ a a t t racted by eeing tep up in front of R hadama n t h u non other than J udy Tay! r . He gave h i n m e pro m pt l y without wai t in o- for a q u tion . The j u clg t u rn cl t h e lea\'cs f h i great b k till h e f u ncl t h place . 'J uhan D . Tay! r, P rofe sor in Lati n at olby C o llege . " Sl • ly ld R had ran hi fi nger clown t h e page . " Well , wel l , i it po i bl e that I am to fi nd a m a n fr m olby Fac u l ty w rthy of th e Ely ian Field. ? ur ace u n t tell f long and m eritoriou en ice i n your d epartm n t- ble i n t ru c tor-Fa\' rite j udge o f m ental con t e t , Good enough I gue y u ' rc al l rio-h t . " O\'er t h e p r fe or' face prcad that i n rutabl m i l i n ·wh i h ge neration of · t ucl nt haYe t ried in vai n t o read ither go d or evi l . ' Thank you, i r , I \\'On ' t t ro ub le y u forth r , ' an cl h e start c l t o p a s on . t o fa t my good m an th re is m o re here yet . " T h e j u l ge read carefully and t u rn c l o,·er t h e l eaf. H is face hanged . " Man , M an w hy did you accept t h e chairman h i p of the Prucl n tial o m m.it tec ? � verythin goe t h e other wa i nc that-Th rew u t f work a fait h fu l rn pl ye -To k j obs away from tuden t \\'ho were working their wa th rouo-h 1 1 ge-That chang , thing . " l ayecl t h e coll ge " 3 . 1 8 a y ar by t h e fi rema n al one. "What if you d i d ? You l o t a h u ncl r cl tirn · as m uch rn refu i n cr the opportunity to h elp t h e s t ude n t s . ' " Bu t th . t uclen t ' a ted a l . " · ' H ow d o y o u know ?" "Ex1 ert · aid o . " ' D iel t h e experts k n w h O\\ m uch they n eel ? " " No , but t h y were p rt ." " Well 'xpcrt a r e n bet t r than other men u n le s t hey know t h e fact · . I uc y u r k n ' leclg o f coal o n umption w i l l b o f m re use down below . t tenclan t , 1 ar t b chute, and see that t h i man get a j ob o n t h e fi r e ' . 1 ­

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Mary, Mary, quite contrary, " ith whom do s \\ orkman ao ? ·with you, or Grace, of the win ome face ? Or don ' t you really k n ow ? Dickery, d ic kery, dock ! The clas that rrav the c l o k ! It made th e

enior late for prayer,

It made the pre ident almo t wear Dickerr, dick e ry , d oc k ! Little Hersey Roy Keen

b ad u h a bad dream

aye him a terrible frigll t ; ' Can e a lit tle Wel h rabbit, B y a very bad habit, Had been eaten the pr

edi u rr n igh t.

oxey, Coxey, miahtr preach r H ad a 2"irl and couldn ' t k eep her, Till h e aot om out of town \\'ho n ver, n eY r turn him dow n . enior a t h i

tudie

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fiddle

Are playi n a a dirge to the m oon . T h e whole of outh Col lerre, Awake to the k n ow l edge, Would h ai l e�en death a

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moru i nrr a very sen ational , aucl \\·hat w i o-h t haye lJeeu a n:'.ry profitable fi r for Colby College wa extiu!!Ui h ed i n one of t h e dormitories b y the hasty a u d s t ren uous action o f the t ude n t ai<led by t h e o rgan i za t io n known a t h e \\"at n·i l l e F i re D epa r trn u t . T h e origi n o f t h e fire i a mystery, b u t i t i thourrh t b y m a n y t o b a v been ca n · ed by o m e The c a n e i a l s o brirrht r d cap w h i c h the memb r o f a certa i n f ra t e r n i t y were weari 1 1 0-. a c ribed to a p a i r of ck , which a y o u th by t h e n a m of Beane care l ly t h rew u po n th e ay that J u l i u F og o- ' a pri.: e u t in that Y i cinit y d u ri n rr t h fl oor before r e t i ri n g . p r eyi o u . e \" e u i n a. n e named I aac . The first stud ut to u pe t the pre euce of a fi r in the b u i ldi n rr w a w h o a w o k e early a n d m e l l d moke, a mell w ith w h i c h h i aid to ha\'e b come very fam i liar d u ri ng h is F re h wan year. H oweYer, he u ppo ed that two o f hi neirrhbor . Lord and m u t had rise n i 1 1 t h e n i rrb t a n d were haviuo- a o cia l moke, o h e trrr u cl o v r a n d went to leep agai n . Th fire wa fi n a l l y di coYered about four - tl J i rty by a stude n t named Brunel, w h o got u p at t h a t h nr t o e e i f a facial a p p e n d ag e , w h ic h h e h o p cl om da) ,-.,·ould become a mou tac h e , ha<l mad a n y prorrre d u ri n a t h e n i g h t . He arou eel hi ueio-hbor F rida y . T o o-e th e r t h e y de cen ded to t h e cen of the o u flagration . Fri fay wen t modestly to t h t room of Thomp on aud \\"in l ow and e n t l y ta pp d at th door. H e said timidly : ' \\" i n d y , hav e 'OU aot a pai l ,-a w a t er p a i l , - a di b of a n y k i mi ,- a pitc he r , or a w. h bowl ,-and i th e r e a n , water in your room ?" In the m ea n ti m e Brunel had ot out h i fiddk a n d b gau p l ayi n g i t to arou e th r f th tudent . W i n d y b eard i t , a n d wakinrr u p b e m e l l e d mok e . _ f t e r re p l y i n g to Friday' reque t, he l o o k ed o u t i n t o the hall a n d aw t h e b l a ze . ' F i re ! " he b riek d, a n d ran to haul ll i roo m - mat · out of b d, a n d to get h i c loth e . He p u t ou lli

h i r t , col lar aud ueckti . n e c k ti e tied ri h t ?" he a k d tn r n i u g to h " room - mate. But T homp ou had j u m pe 1 i n to b i t r o n e r a u d ' at r and da h ed f ro m the burni ng bui l d i n u to ri n g u p a l l th e fir alarms he cou l d fi n d i n tO\nt . Tompkin in hi bed u n d e r the bel fry h eard t h e t rain of th fid l l e aml \\'iudy cry. H e gra p e d the b 1 1 - rop e and h a u l ed h i m elf out o f b e t l w i th uch f o r e a to r i n g t h e bel l t w o or t h r e troke . He eized h i red ap , k i c k ed o u t a w i u l o ' , a n d c lad o n l y i u cap a n d n igh t - .,.ow u , climbe'.l out onto the fire- cape i n t h e f re ez ing air. 'I u h t o hi d i comfort u t h e way out be l eft about t wo-third of h i robe de 1mit lrnngiug- to a nail. H e h e i ta t d to d cend to th e fro ty g r o u nd and he dared not o-o ba k i n to hi m o k e - fi l l cl room, so than k i n g h ea \·e n t h e fue-e ap was not on the fr nt i u c: f t h e I.mil liug, be rtm a i u ed u p n d ed in m i d -air t i l l t h e c o n flagrat i o n wa no m o re . T h e two men before m e n tion d, Lor l and m u t , jump cl up at th alarm and made a ha t y toilette. Lord cl cended th fire-e. a pe and mul, who i omewhat co r p u len t a t tem p te d to fol l o w , b u t wh n about half way through t he w i n dow he tuck a n d could ge t

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f ag n · sh rit: k c:c l

" I T o l y s UJ o k · ! m y p i p · ! my p i p • ! "

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it l i u g- f rtlt S i l l k e .

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wind w . "

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m ·t h i n g s fl t

Joh u H.. obt:rls, l h t: Soph

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a me ru 1 1 1 1 i n g t o th

\\"h n t h · city firt: figh t er · arri\ l'.d h L b ·gau t ''

au t y u h i l anyth iug ?

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a'

a l a rg..: b

m e l h i n g t h i . ti m e , " a n d be prom ptly

fi r .

Ile

T

iu

wh i 1J was raised

o i n v i t i n gl y

th e c h a u

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hi r t . ht: h ur l ed t h e

ia t h e fl or fr m w h ich U 1 l: f l a m e

I

l ·arD , wh

ba k lo t he m a n

onknl·

f l 11 L bu k et u po n h i m .

p l u m p b u i l t f o t ba l l m a u , a w o k e a n d ru b 1: l w i ld l y from h i

sel f d o w u u p 1 1 i t a n d •

f water. a u d

l ad i n a n : d

o m p l de l y

r o m ..: d

snat h eel

up

were leapi n g .

ui k l y he

moth ered Lb 1: b l aze .

. h e· a u d a

ltai r a n d fl t:: d from L h

b u i l d i ng.

i m mediate dci n i t y o f t h e !ire

were s l el:ping.

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6 re and

and be t l.lough t he

u l c K ee n

f

\Y l t e n at a safe

di t a u c h e c a l m l y sat d w n i u his chair a u d cou u m ed h a l f a n hour l ac i n g up hi. 1 1 1 a roo 1 1 1 i u lll

room . a l ll i m -

me di t. n e frotn t l 1 t:: l oc a l i t y of t h e b l aze, awok l'. at the c ry

hi .

f

w n th

mL· h l a.t e .

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\\" r k m a u mad · a fl y i n g e x i t .

rusb 1 l u p t b e .la i rs \\; l b a pail

ca l l d

.,.t:ry floor o f tbe dormi torici,.

a i d }J , 1 •a n i n g O\' l.: r w i th h i

" . \ 1 1 rig l 1 t , " rl' p n clecl t h e h s · m a n , " l 'l l h i t t h t: water

th e c n d u t

rili i.l · t h e m .

! d i n g thl: h . '-' a u d p i n t i u g to a p l a e " h ·re l i e :aw .

t u rn ·cl

ritici/.e

u l :t 1H l hq�, 1 1 1 l

u : ti ug u i 1 J t h e fl a 1 1 1 1: , a n < l l

c J I g'-' a u t b ri l i es f o r n ot m ai n ta i n i n g a firt: ..:u g i u e

h

fi rt:.

l i�h t my c i g: i r lk . "

h o1:s

a n d a fe l l o w u a m ed Tarbdl

I I · heard a m i rr h t y c l a mor a n d

crea m i n g a n d

ma

I l e l o k ed t w a r d t h e w a l l o p p o i k h i m a n d saw a d e n e c l o u d f m o k c . Tongul'. i ng. f flame wen: l ea p i u g up t h ro u g h Lhe fl r. H t: fd t b ot , \'l:ry h ot . He certai n l y m e l l t:d mok

m e l l e d bri m ton e .

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pra u ..,. u p i n d e l i h t a n d g l a n c ­

e x ! a i med , " I ' m h t : r e ! H o rn l' . a t l a t ! l o ry be to t h t D-1 !" i D g rap l u rou l y a r o u n d h J u t t h e n Kt:e n e awok t:: a n d ta k i n rr i u t h e t r u e u a t u r o f t h t: i tuati o u , h e j u m ped from hi

b d.

" l\1 y fi d d l e ! m · b u l l - fi dd l e ! "

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b

· roared.

'izecl t h e big in t rn me u t a n d w i th m ig h ty

tairways, to a p l ac Tlle Gr

wa

fi n a l l y

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except that cau 1:d by t h

o t h e r l i ,· ..: stoc k , u p o n w h i c h t h e r

34 2

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bort it t h rough t h e flame , down

· more t h a n coyered by iu u ra u ct:: .

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w a s u o i n u ra u c e , m a y h a v e


Th

I ndependent U nion of Bl u ffers a nd Fl u nRc1 s. *A n H o nor

r y Soc i

ty.

G E N E RA L OFF ICERS

M ost H igh

wereign and

upreme Ma ter of the

rt of Flunking, Whisker Bayle

Pa t G rand Ma ter f the Royal Ord r K n igh t of the O rd r f H ind and M o t Succes ful

D r . Baltimore Black

Bluff,

Prof.

oble,

t

Longleg Dr.

m ateur,

BL

I ke

f

FFER

ox

.

h ick G reat bra ,

rufts�at, rm an

arroll P rofcoach Edna Otto tuddie.

ellie Loafere ,

F L L' " K E R

Chri topher Col um bu Kant recite, Peedle H ol al ecut, Pert H ateto etup, M argi M e rr y fail .

I A TE l\lE l BER .

Th

* It i n iou .

o n e of th

Remainder of th

Faculty and S t udent Body .

lead i n g h o n o rs in col l ege to be dected to acth'e membersh i p in t h e

O n l y those w i th

xc ption a l g i f t c a n reach thi

343

goal before the J u n ior ytar.


A W

1· ogg :

Y u sh o u l d

S. u n c l · rs : ha\

H

R \

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o -o rd " ' 1 1 1

at

fol k .

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for t h · b

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up

t h e n , t h a t \\'a. bcfo1

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t h e rt for ten

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an l' n t h u sia t i. o f t n m i . t a k n for i tat i n, i n .., t ead o f a pp la u d i n " ) our-

ta r" r

ch ec.: r i nt{ .

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fo t b a l l t eam t h · fi r. t \\'ee k , it doe. n 't I a y t

\\'c k no w t h e world was n ' t m ad

in a m i n u t

team and e l <.: c t r i c i t y .

\'ou should apply for a p l a c e on t h e Pru d e n t ial

:

t e l l them o f y o ur Toro n t o

o u t in t h e bac k

t of m e n to m a ke a rq utat inn .

ag- · o f

th

T

h u r ch a d i m <..: to lead t h

c \\'

I f y o u cl< n ' t mak · th

J oy :

ul k .

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real t h i n g, bu

a

\\'h n you make a

h < u lc l give

x p •ri •nc •.

uit .

o n spi' uou-. , " and t h ·r · ar · h orn. in t h e " bri k . ' '

a g. i n , m a n .

r"

·cl f you

.

T r)

go d t o yo u .

b

s .

1· i 1 1 t h , fa t t h a t you

>

h a n g · ) < u r room f n im t h · ' i c i n i t y of : m u t ancl Lord pa r onag · obj · t t o yo u r . ay i n g • ·ct. m n . ' ' \\'e a re a l l

·d by o u r c n ,· i ron m l'n t , y o u k now.

1

t

a ny

You sh o u l d

i n fl u n

a

tak

t u rn ·cl o\• c r a n l'w ll'af a. l o n g a " ) o u w ar t h at .., ·a-gr ·<..: n

·

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ma

I t \\ i l l r · m o v · ba ld n

a po rk r i n d .

r

me of t h '

WI

:\ pe r i

n 1.:: - t h at ) o u f und y

HJ

h ad a h a l f doz ·n cl me up ahead.

but

J u. t

m m it tee . rr

ul d

c

t a h a i r- u t

They a r e I

k i ng

for j u t : uch a man .

Don t te. ch t h a t F re. h m a n r om mate

ule :

Y u a r e c u n tc ra ct in g a l l

rui n t h e l a d , r m c m b •r t h e r

Lath a n d

in

n

I l as t er

w ek.

ar

otb r

11 n

F. J\T . :

ou are . Wh i t aker :

[ f th

y

u n de r t h i

OJ p r

Bet t r m ve

,·er

t

I f you d n ' t d a r e t o g f th

y o ur

lf.

.

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nd th n t h e

F ac u l t y :

It

·

r.

y u don ' t n eed b e a n y l o ud e r

You r e a

y.

g r at

h e rb.

with the mini t rs.

don t, i t l o k: bad- h

h appe n s t h r e , a k y o u r ad\·i e r . e m ber ·

'

' om m i l t e w i l l ( bjcct i f y o u t wo k ick d{)wn too m a n y c l

' lo n rr, G u t h a n n a t ur e made you. M e . e rvc : I t i n ' t n i ce t pi t ch

th .y ' l l fl ee c e y o u .

p e a ce ( ul t each i n rr

be !-. i d

oul

\Ve a l l know t h at y o u a rc bac k ,

Pi r

f y ur: to de. tr y p ro per t y

f l\I c K o) ' .

l'\orth

"'·

! kg

to

I t 's c h a n ces

m uch prac t i ce.

if you ca n ' t · J eep w he r

to c h a p e l and re a l ly wi.-h to k n o w ' h a t

od d

t h at he ha

bee n o n ce or t w i c e .

I t h ugh it m ay be out

pacre-headin , yet h ar a word fr o m t h e

f plac

RACLE.

to acl d r

yo u

I f you a r e n o t

R .\ LE com i n g ; i f you are m e n t i o ned i n t h is i s ue r e m mber t h r i a n o t h e r m e n t i on cl, look happy it is all co u n t e d u n to you for righ t eo u ne

344


(.tollege IDance. T l1 E BOA R D W A L K . --

·I·- -

Col b y (a 1n p u s , A p r i J 1 4 , 1 902. Thi funct ion ha been added t

the J un ior Prom nad and

take the place of th abolished A s m bl i e · .

© r�e r o f

North Coll ge Parade, outh C

11

g Re

IDances.

L cl by The H am mond

Led by H n.

1

Led by

Pine Pla n k Pr m enade,

heppard E. Butler

Ie rs . Pri st and Glover

I n dependent Fourstep, Open-Air

Led b " Rags " L

hakeclown ,

cl

r . H am ilton and L. E . Dudley

by

J s' What I Tells E m Cake \Valk,

L cl by Pr f.

Daybr�ak Gallop, M orning Poster

e n ior H op to

am uel 0 borne

L d by Prof. J. D. Taylor

ide Wal k ,

Led by th

Dean

Led by J an itor H odges

h uffie,

Led by Presiden t White

h apel J oke Fling, FL

R MA '

" EJ .

J ul ius H oward Bradford Fogg . CoM H on . Roger F. Brunel,

nTT E E

OF

AR

'GEME

H arol d A r y, E q.

34 5

T

.

A

Arad Thompson .


� be �ru l� @re at. · · L i n:

\Vt::

o f great m e u a l 1 re m i n d u

C U i i m a k e o u r l i ves

.\ u d , d e parti u g ,

F otpri11 l s o n

ka\'t::

uulim

beh i n d u s

Lile and

of Time . "

The

i n p1

mal l boy an d a uarclen rak

a

n ubh t

c

n t i n u e ,,. rk.

A few day aft r the ru h had ul :icl ·cl, in " al k d ' ".\ [ r. Doo ley' w i th a roll f manu c r i p t u n 1 r h i arm . and volu n t e r d . " H erc , a cork i n ' �ood t h i ng on me. f c u r. e T rlidn't u c the fi r t per on -an d you l 'v j u . t b 'n w ri t i n :--. i t up. ,._

ont

that I the

ti1

a\· wh

e litor

w r te it-1 ut it"

a good t h i n g .

ught y u would w an t . " ancl Tomm y , urabl i cl hi

-

blu

-

r[ here are

ut of ba

I en cil and b gan to cut out th

-� -

-

--

-

n e or t"·o good roa t

h ful ne

.

reti red w h i l e

more l u r i d port i n

of


the p e u d o -auto-biography . place i

n o w aw arde ! t o

GE

B u t , to make

RGE V

the l a. _ t fir t.

t h e mo_ t con picu u .

0 TER T H O \ f

\\"ho i the man o f brain and braw n . p o n w h o w all the co-ord faw n , \\"lio e ruddy h ek excel t h e dawn ?

G eorge T homa \\"ho i t h .: wouder at f otbal l , W h o p layed at c u ter v ' ry fall util h o t a louder call ? 'Tis Thoma . . Who i th e yonth who lay th e Profs , A n d lord it o'er the trembli u cr oph s , B fore who t fa ach F re h ma n doff \\" by, Thoma . \\"ho i

the stron.,. mau of the towu ? \\ h o too can pla ¡ the witty !ow n , r c a r y o u with h i fearful frown ? Jn t Thoma .

\\' h o wa th la 1 who went up tream Alona- with oth er coll g er am-

- n d beat th m with a pretty ch m t: ? ' Twa Tom m y .

Who w a the ne w h o b e t t he tr a t . Take the two from the m iddle eat That h e could do a wond ron feat ? ur Tom my. \\'ho pil ed the other boat i x de p A u d told them t ac h the time t

ke p

W h i l e he would w i n with

tead y we p ? ' harp Tom w y .

\ h o rowed around t h e neare t b nd Th n cea ed his fforts to expe n d A ud sat be ide his co-orcl " friend ? " " Dear Tommy . " \ h o i s th e m a n o f bri l l i a n t wit, Who mak W hos

ev

the EcH

gr att t hit,

ry word i just a fit ? I t Dooley .

\Vho is the hero of the hour \\ h o find i t in b i bou n d ] Above Bob Burn

s power

in song to tower ? B righ t Dooley .

34 7


Th ' n

i lat i n

'Xl

f th .

/Jergc st !t en.

'Iif " t

l J ' p u hl i h l'd we u l d have b n b rown ouL 1 ut for lb , i n t i m ­ t{,\ ' L I·: . who ' k n l' ' . ar fa i n t fr m q uak i n g, 1 0 1 d d c m d i e ff aare :; u •\ n ) h e a d i n g w a .., � i v •n h fr l � v11 lifird i n b t w rng t h t i t l e . .\

' J :\

-ER

,\ R \ ' ORT l I Y .

, real , I am w ri t i n g n c I n u l t and I hall n

tab in lh

b

Back,

I w i l l I t them k n w that you

[ w i l l sue you. I \\' i l l cal l t h

I

lie

.

H I p ! Fire !

tt u n<l Dl i tzcn !

f o r­

? ? ! ! ! ! !"

f w rath .

ha

JULI

F ag i

'

H

W A R D ff R . \ D F

RD FOG

guid cl me.

Jenee in my roommat . ,

T.

man wh

twic

pen d fi e th u and d llar

can

an d t ak e h e r .

h amp red by hair.

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-

He t l l m

thi .

Dr. D lack once

-

---

a year

n clre

.

Then he w i l l t h i n k .

I t is not

aid ' ' Pay reverence to aray h ead

an d bald

Juliu

---

ha. a h ead f o r bu ine

-


heaJ . .

· He h ou l d h ave a i d ' red " in tead of 'gray. Then my roommate blu h would h ave had greater cau e. Fogg i an i n u ran c ao- n t and " i ll be a Jay1.:yer. He know a lot. 1\J or than all the Fa ulty. He i a I hil oph er. Hi motto i l i ke that o f h i patron, Epicuru : H ave a o·ood t i m a n d don 't get mad, but get your money' worth . H e ha th ree ph ilo oph ical theorie . They - are corre t .

F i r t ; the narr we t man on earth is a m i n ister. econ cl ; X ext to the narr " e t man on earth i a profe or i n a mall col lege. The proportion i five o-oo I men i n col l o- to f nr in t h ermon bu 111e . Thi rd ; Th ). J o ·t of them . Th ere ar a few n ible on The d i dain t h e nam Thi philo oph ical y tern i patented. It i

� om

q ueer Juliu

Juliu

i

i n g one . c.

doe n 't l i ke th e col leo-e gi rl .

Every

ne

f them l ike

h im .

of them l i ke h i m t \\ ice. a

tory-tell r .

o di

l leo-e t h at o t h e r

Black

ay .

hi

t

m i o·ht

Juliu

H e a l o eat

t o o hpick . ay

advancin o- c i v i l i zati n.

fol l y , an d

e

\ ou do.

He a l wa_,.

p ak

b

a hright a n d

th

t-

T h e Facul ty k e p t h i m i n That i

' hat D r .

h i n i n o- head-l i;ht f r

tru t h .

But i t w ulcl k'ok a: i f 1 thmio-ht you

I i l n 't knmY

uburb

f Freep rt .

I f you ! i v

So 1 " i l l clo e w i t h a

H e attended Faculty m

h \\"�re o f i t .

I arn t

they kept h i m to

I m i o·ht write forever.

Juliu .

toothpick

Th y w n the day.

tory.

in 1': e\\· Engl an I. or any oth r h w

Thi

th

i mpre

ion my r ommat

mak

on

men .

\\ h en my fre hman brother wa He

n <' i o·hbr r about Fog .

down h m

aid Juliu

wa

o f t h e o-reate t men of the n at i n. o f t h e '

th

la t

h ri stma

grC'�tc t man h

h

tel l i n o- a

,., a

ha I ever met , one

ri d .

T h e �ei o-h bor : " You don ' t m an to _ay y

t

t h i n k he i

0-reater than George

\\' a h i n gton ? '

). I v F r e h man Droth e r : ·

T

h

Y

N'eighbor : " G reat r than

).,fy Brother : " Ye ,

ir."

I 1 .

Al

rah.am L i n c I n ?" y u t h i n k h e i . greater t h a n God . "

T h e ); i o-h bor : " \\"el l n o w perhap

I woul

ju t

h a i r t u rn

°Tay.

I y B rother : " \i ·el l , I don t know a youno- yet. " J u li u EDIT

w i l l b e a o-reat m a n before h i

R'S

.N O T E :-T h

nd n o w come �li

own w o r d , a

ee

he

above tory is tak n from J ulius' Joke Book and is copyrigh ted .

t h e l i fe of t h e gr ate t man of al l . i f you believe the very p u rpo e.

torv i n

o-athered from a con er:ati n for �h i JOHN

R,\ Lt : The ball team. "

ay that, you

G U STAV E LA R

" Come up J oh n n y ,

I

want to

349

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I,. r . .;011 :

· r 11 at a ·ou pl e O 'atn . of 'asin . " ' J weny, \\ ho i:- t i l e I · l m a n f r cc1 1 t · r , n o w t h a t

" . \ l l r i g h t , I ' l l j u :t do " \\ ' e l l

l< .\ l ' l. I� :

l a i d u p ?"

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man l \\'a. b d i r e 1 h u rt my w rist \\'hen a c rking

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to.

n :

" Practice !

Bnt we have

\Yhy, it'

Towne you h ear-I n ever practic . I don 't

reat t i m e

n tho e trip .

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Y u kn w th ) o f t e n h a \ c a

fell w - aet o u r pick of the o·oo 1 - 1 ok inh Yon

aw m

lan e

up at

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kit wn-you

ai I I w a

the be t

een .

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p r fcct pron u n c iat ion in Germa n , an d in Fren ch , John often remark h o\\ nat u ra l it come_ t o m e . l g u e I aet i t e a _ier ' en than h e d i d , though i t earn a_y to h i m . _ 1 1 languaa c me ea y to ?\m,· I o-et a better fed i n o- for the E ngl i h t han t h

m

t of you folk

bccau e the G erman w rd g t 1 had to

p ak F rench

people · eye

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a

h t j b la t

l art a

I

p nd a

m an y

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a

in to\\ 11, t

y u c l n 't appr ci ate the w h ol

alon

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f ur

f them t hou h that make

h ep'

I

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ye

on :

vc

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p akin a l ately.

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r ce1 t i

on

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on :'

\\'h n we

ffic

n

n i gh t be for

an I then

u

cl t

cared ab ut them .

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for the c n i d _rat i n .

35 1

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I. n·r

it

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) >"

me a _peal,

al way

twht to have t r i ed f r the exh i b i t i n . h ere. " n 't

tht

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to get . '

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I hav

''

c lown at l1i

the c k uc , but 1 never n t ire i t , for i t unly take

haven 't be n w ri t i n g m u ch .

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c., _

l g t onto t h o e underlying p t 1 n c i 1 le. better

at home I n cv r I oked at m i n e t i l l th

h e prize, if there " a

R.\ CLE :

are th re....

T h er

\\ ath I c u t at

I al w ay- Jearne I an)·th i nz q u ick.

any way.

on :

en one yet.

at me, and there's one i n part i

Prex l ·n o\L i t t o : I wa

ot her clay and he a keel me-'

Lar

y u know h '" many girl.

t y u r E th i -. f r t i 1 0 rr w ? ' ' " Gett i n o- b e < l t i m . aint i t ? · · p aking f Ethic , I r:ith r l a i d h im t h i . m o rn i n g--pu t hi cy '

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1

llcg '

c

I t tak

1 ut j u . t l; cau e I let the c - rel:

ay l i 1 y o n not ice t h r w II. . � u i t-that took the o-i rl ' y-e. , .

ri g ht out.

p i ce

n pp s

h aven 't

� hat u e m e m i o-hty w it h my d re

.

at

campu .

\\'hen I fi n l a r ally good l o king

t ru th .

hall m ake a b i d for h r, but

"

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any m an on th

l cl n 't

I do.

1 1 m rn r. d i d n 't you ?

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much m n � y a

t r i n o--th c be t ai r!

lay.

n the third la1wuao·e . . .

I f.

work i n o- for t h e c mpany.

that \\·ay, an d I aue

I k ep on th

you d i d

" \\ ' e l l y u can j ud ae for y0ur

on :

other m an wh mane .'· to

ummer

open w h n they heard me _ t art i n

L\CLE :

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i n my h ead .

w e c l i h, an 1 En o-J i h ev ry

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d l i n rr

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r a,..; s - I

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i n g- . '

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in th

.\ o w

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c l C \· i l ._

h t:n y . "

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<in a l way: �o back to per l · 11mm · r . "

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b

l n irrht . " d n i r rh t ,

I

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ucc

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tr

back on ) Oi i , y

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d n i crh t . ' '

th

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a t h i rc l - p r ·on :lll l

h y K . Lauten p i I .

a i r 't t y nod in,..;s

invita hun d t t.

can .

put di . p i el .

m uch ti J u rb h i .

hanl in <l r b

11

r ed i c t r o f < l c r I ickch r p k I T i. vo11 ma11n of < l i k r i rnan o cnt t o der t ed

; d i l l s , vich he h i m

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can p l u ff a l mo hd o n a uf cler va

1_

dhere i

o

vei l l i k e

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vot make

our h er

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a choke v o n e cracki tw.

cou l d id u n t e r tand n ot it r

in

ler l i fe unt letters u f M e e t r

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pecau e der vord

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m

fai m .

to

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ait id va

ere too p i ,..: .

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a

goat.

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in di

unt

groun t

a choke u n t

urn

an Ebikureen u nt t biece

u n t drink

oTadua h u n e 1, he v i l l reti re to cler blace uf h i s pirth unt l i ve n ench yrn nt u n t i l he va. bet i sh u n

olpy Facu lty or el e h Pe dot

edh r i d i

no petter

der rnann 111ito11t re I h a i r

al n o- pe ide der mann m i t cler karfin o- n i fe n n t cet fi r t o·a1 1 n u n t t e l l

htony l i fe u f E b i k ur c

sh:) d

of J . H. B. L. J\ I . N. :r g-g

u f der co-ord · .

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(1

rend rment

der \ ' i l l ie H ar t of Colby on der grount dot he kn '

unt on der authore u f hi

rn

T i l l i u rn der Con kerer

h u t pefore

a n ari stocracy unt fote for P i l l Pry a n .

v i l l n ow poin d out cler f a rn o u C.ootvin .

v i l l pe a B r fe ser

" Gootvi n " i � der mot

l t " Got v i n " vot foun d a 'hunecl E n o-l:rnt

com .

su retly h

hay \ i l l i u rn Plack.

von open i1w � hm a l l en u f .

id v i H � h e viii

I to <lake hi

a

cha i r u n t

v i l l hew mit h i

o w n hant a pr ad road to vider

om time die, u n t

v i i i ent d r l i fe u n t t ime

Gootvi n .

K.

35 3

L \ U TE

J P I EL.

uf


A D u t to n M o u se Ve s pe rre e . -!-Tha

a n n Lt11 eel .

,' ·ri a

ti .

m ant that

0111cr t

" I 'm

b cl. "

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' en ior.

u

top-­

ru · h i on . he

111-

d her

a i d w i ll1 ca lm a n t h rity. t 1 1 r.

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up

"Ju t a w

mpo i t i on , and

11 a

I 'd mak race

it i f you r

it

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med up here.

lay eith r . ' '

H r

rac ·

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j u . t bccau

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no e went up a

ee o-i rl

" an d

n i n � . he i

act i n l i k

far a

it

t h at . "

they t h i n k t h ey ' l l

uev

anot h e r t h i n o- that make

l i m i ted ca pacity wou l d a l low.

he ob erv r

er

I

cn t cn t i u 1

t anyt h i n g b tter. '

me t i red r t h a n that , "

·,

· 1 a l wa y

feel

atd t h e S e riou

that i -that i f Fri day Tolman comes h ·re at any hour of t h e day or i 1w i t

I int

the re t er "·d roun d

n th

t h e l a rlor, and on e o-irl . it

fl

r

i n an adorin g

354

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on

emi -c i rcl

ach

i le of h i m , w h i t

and call him '

a wo-e .


1 £ any other man com

_

to t h e h on e h

ut on Lhe piazza an I ,,·a i t . "

can j wt stan l

.-\ rap at the cl or, an I in came t h e Italic G i rl and th . . \\ hafre y o u d o i n g , Die

cl :· ·

lemandecl t h

rt i t .

latter

brea thie from h e r ha t · fl i gh t t h rou0·h th hall. Dut her que t ion \\"as d rowned in t h tiood of exclam�1 t ion poin t from her compan ion. ' " G raciot .

expects

h you b

! !

f u .

en

old . n lo- axon i

pau

t

<l f r a m i n ute t

every ble -e e l 111 i11 11te a little whit .

I

a soak !

[' 1

like to lrn o zv what R b

. m d \\'e haven · l o- t h a lf t h rough it )'Cf . . . take br ath the . a_ ked " H o w long ha\ c

at \\' rk on i t :"

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1 hat

I 'm just about dead 110<.

inc

1,

upper.

ju t /1ad to haY

Y ou kno,,· \Ye \\'ere

om

rnn-ic t

put m

town i n th i n t u n e a fter

that h rribl alad ,,. had for u 1 p r. Then you kn ". we all planned th Tau K a J?pa _ pread togeth er, and a f t r that we cam right up t a i r and hut our eh e

up and \\'ent to \\·ork. ' ' i n ab ut ten m i n ute . an i nto _ their

'"Y •

� J ay an<l � f art .

. l lm o <v i t

\no-lo- ' a x n .

\Ye h a nee. ·

ee ho\\" t h ey were o- t t i o g

n l y ,,. nt in to

but w

.

I i . " 1 u t i n h e r r o mmat , ' " that th lamp \\·ent out I to _tor and fill il. .\n 1 then you kn w. w e \\' en t n with

A.nd besides, t hey c a m e i n to o u r room aftcr'wards we . d i d n ' t p n d a n y 111 o re t i rn t h a n th ey d i d . . em t h twh we k i d " l know i t . . o-roan ecl t h e \. rt i t . pen d all u r t i m e j u ·t p luo-o-in · out old

tuff thi

I

t rm .

erh a<l, a

rumble a j a r

eri

th ink it'

of

a p rfect

the Plump ent ered . . . \\'h n I h ear � l ay H arv y pract i . i n o- f r t hnt · · I t mak

igh t . '

tart l i n cr t h u d

m e f el l i ke making my w i l l and

1

I

n th

t a i r , and :\ I ary

an ta ta ..

he c 1111 lain d: I

tart in�; f r the \\'

that ! " T h e cri rl un

1,

I i t n e I for a m i n u t .

ri m o· at tim

i n to a

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un !.''

ai

h rt o f

ing t

o-

di

1

t he i rrrv rent

om· nir

�l ay h r chafin<Y-d i h an d h er b

a l eel · m , and tuck 'em i n their

t hat. m

" \\'hat, t h e brot her, and t h e b

"Oh ! "

i l ly !

a i d th

a lot o f the Palmer H o u

T h en b tter a l l b rrirl go

" Did y u

_. race. lo\\ n the 1 a \·

s

th r

t h at ? " in terru 1 tcd

the

lay, and i\ I ay

n i t , and :\ l art w i l led

Then they diet ' m up i n t i

m rabil . . ,

The w i l l . · ·

what , though you girl

rt i t .

,

. o th y at . w i l l cl _\ I a rtha h r brother a n d h e r f rn w i t h th tw

" l\ o, y o u

t h ar

From a r o m n a r b y came a low moan ing

a d l e fu l

" \\' hy, lo tlwy t h i nk t h y ·r� they ran

Ju

ul cl ued ' 1ail.

k now, girl , that l\[ay and � I a rtha hoc.•i; made th

"G t e.

.

u

pap r and

... . - . i ncre l ulot: l y .

h e ad I 'rl w i th ,...: reat making y

out

ur

\r i l L , oon.

ever .'· m rn i 1 1 ° :lnd "·a l k

35 5

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n tim - roun d


l h l' I u t tn11 I f om, ·. l . ik

ia l l .

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\ \ " h · n t h ') 'v • d on · it l o n g- ·nough t h . ,

L hl' w a l l . o f J • r i c h

you hww . '

J.

" � a y , " :;aid .\ f a r · t h · 1 1 1 u mp, t u rn i n g lo i h

.

, · r 1111 I t h a t l rca�ur · you w r

·

·

d i gg i n g for ?"

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• x p ct t h · w a l l · w i l l

" d i d you an r l :\ l artha

I,

· · :\ o , i r. a n d w e c l u � u p cv •ry m · o f th blam •c l o l d brick . a n c l p ii ,c l a Jc t of h a i rp i n !- . a n c l bro k l' :\ ! a rt 's ·mhroi d c ry .ci . o r . a i d m y fi n , • r -n a i l fi t · d oi n g i t . " n t h · r� .

1 • I I about i t ! ' ' c l · m a n . I c l a l l t h

" \ \ hat \\'a� t hat ?

· · \\ •I I , ) OU · ", · · � a i d t h

,\ r t i t , " � fa rt a n d 1 h a d h "n read i n g t or i e.- Don 't

) • nt k now , t h at kin cl whn • ) cm fi n d w i l b tu ·keel a w a y i n quc · r p l a c . . a n d 11 i c l c lc11 t rc a s ttr '!-., a n d all ::-ort . o f t h i n. ' :.-,\ n c l \\"•: ' c l c ,.ot ou r h ead

. ' o on

c lay, wh '11

cv

·ryl ncly wa: zone. "

\ I a r t · . li rcplac , a n d l'\'t'r)

i1a I a rray old t im

d i ng it.

ot l l'

p

m d ccl

hat so1 1 1 1 c l ed holln\\ we j

. raciou" !

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i u l ly .

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1 y the

n t ra n

c

f th

f B rt.

1

:\ l y fitw ·r. w e re

l au �ht r t h at �r

t d wr i t up t or

for a week . "

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girl:.

ee l th

rtt

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t ·<l this,

am

a

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tap a l t h e d

r, fol lowed

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b nefit

n i ffi n o-

n 't h a l f as bad ar. r\\'a)'.

o you'd be

t r out t h er e i n the

pan

be! n gin

broom

omc, t i d i n g clown h i l l on em . '

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time."

ju

a cres

a go " cried C l i , . . . They co11!d 11 ' t remember that all t h is

" Do n ' t y o u bel i eYe i t " \\'a

al l Drrt '

t got r u n c l to s i t t i n o· on i t . "

an \\·er.

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' :\ f a rt i n 't h re any\ h ere, i

h e ?" i n q u i red

[ a ry th

ing aroun ! under the couch and beh i n d the pidur 1\ I ) freshman roommate

oL e to t e l l on her. a l l know the

tory

greate t t h i n g i

f hO\

orn el od:

t h a t M a rt v o w

i t wa

it happened t hat

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clen l y .

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it down . C l i , '

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ucl-

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t that cl n e ?

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you li7.•e wl1en you 'r h eek

in

n [ w a n t e c l to

at h01n ?

a k r 1 111e \\· i th in a week.

u ch t h i n o-

morn ing ?

at th

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mbly with h er eagl ,

t r i c t l y pr h i l i ted h re. " sci.id t h e D 'you hear about the ell

you

ee it was

. S.

h

ha

eye-

"You ha

erviCe t h ey h a I th ere

tormy

Hal l , and her r ommri.te decided

than deprive h r o f th

•.

to lrn o1

u t h w i t h a d ramatic g . ture.

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e.

\

! Vi ii y u

aid

in h r Fresh man y ar- t ruck an at t i t u d

it

umber 3 for t h

e," want

u t i n chapel e ery morn i n g

hat yon cloi n cr h r ?

' � o.

Be.

h e procl a i me 1, "an I you are t h e eighth per on

a r port,

t i l l ev r y ne fin l

' ' I t e l l y o u what­

m

lo r follO\ eel by crie

Dithie an l E a the l\I a j e t ic .

D i t h ie- u rn arned . ppl "I Ii

o thi1wl y .

get u p an d do it in th

and extende I her righ t hand toward t h e

wa

h appene c t t o be n eare t .

a i d her roomrnat .

' Th e re, D i t h i e , you 're j u s t t h e p r

tell me 'i.l1hcrt' it i

pra ·er

You

t h e neare. t , thou gh .

,l u t t h en came a pou n d i n cr at the

1

t 1 l me.

Talk about Your J u n i or ease !"

roomm .te ? " and in earn

t

i . n 't, 1' e crot

h

m eant f o r her becau e s h e h a d h er n e w h

got .to go home ' ' �ai d the I ta l i c

Won 't I be j u t dead "·hen I

u d denly, look­

i E sh

t , A l ice on the t rai n-but t h e

' Th i n k of a l l that Ancrlo- axon . a n d t ha t b u nt

\\·e ve . t u d i ed enough ton i crht .

"\

Plump.

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ot h l ei of i t , an 1

aid crooclb '

hat on . an d that i t on l y h i t A l i ce b c a u e e 'zplain ho\

s -"

n

wou l d n 't g

and C l i

he w 1 1 l d n 't go either.

henefiL of d i ' iTJe �ervice, C l i

held on e o f her own.

e l i fying, I 'm t ol d . " D ith ie, a

, aid " I wa

a m i n i ter'

in th ere t

\\·a n t an \· d u t ' H 'n� , "

daugh ter, wa

l rt y an l 1 h ei r Dihle

n i t eitb er, and t h at '

a i c l th

orncwhat � hocked . wa.

more'n ,-ou

. ' th ri. t ', ea y.

i:- for a hor e on t h e . n glo- axon . "

"Oh !

By t h i

c ri. n

en recruarcla n t , ' " - ai oth er co-ord

train echoe · o f t h e e m p t y h a l l w i t h th settled down u pon the Dutton House.

he

an.cl then'

o f Th

357

said £ y a t h e l\ I a j e t i

c l i · t urbecl in ' I 've l e ft i t off. "

1

the

t i m e E v a had col lected her r o m m a t , ' h m Th

1�.

. aY o f wm r .

h

Rubber ! ' exclaimed Bert, whom h add cl i n t ;i. n t l Y .

and bore off in t r i u mph.

n nvav , '

They ·ha I to u , e· the fir t chapter of G n -

"Wel l , anyhow. i t ' t ime for m y roommate t o b e ah<"c. we p i n g d o w n u pon t h a t m a l l person . I l i dn 't a y t h at . ' " There ! " You m ea n I �1ppo e,

"

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.

thi

proce

ever l y .

h e t nckecl un der on

f l i owed one b)

arm

n e . ' aking t h

D u t c h Com pani e , a n d q u i t at l a

t


fa d va r\c e S l-\eets of t l-\e Gata l og\J e for

1 903 .

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Each m ust attendance .

PHILO OPHY.

Thi cour e i open only to nior and pre uppo e the knowledge that upper cla men bould nly p nd act ual recitation t ime on their work . I . Logic : An rd i nary pack of playin CY ard wil l be the n ly text-book . Laws of probability of holding four ace wil l be on. iclered and the last of the term will be given O\'er to a demon tration that ocrates was a mortal and a man , and th refore all men ar mortal .


I I . Ethic · : o attempt made at in truction . Each co-ord will form u late an eth ical code of her O\\ n, a nd ach man ' ill em brace one of these--­ ode . M arriage will be di cus ed and a parallel m ad b t\ een t h e ach antages of u icide and d i ' orce after t' e nty year . OC I

L OG \' .

A eri of articl ' ill be given from a ' ide range f . ubject i n cluding : ' Pitch i ng P n n ies and Re u l t s " \ hy doe a M a n o Broke ? " Co-ordi nation, it U and Abu e " Why th leave on the Campu ? ' et . Sanity and I n anity : Weekl visit made t h e I nsane ylurn oburn , Palmer H ous , the ch urche i n Fairfield, and other place of amu ern e n t to ac­ q u i re p r onal experience . Open only to tho e i n tending to enter t h e m i n i tr . M at rirnon : Laug able torie of married l i fe wi11 be read and illu tratecl by lantern l ide ; no i n tellectual n r will b req uired on the part of the tude n t . The pr f s r i n charge w i l l fu rni h al l t h e enthu ia rn . " R verie of a Bachelor " and ' H ow to be H appy though Married " will be u ed as tex t -book . The profess r ' ill gi\'e h is ob r at ion a to " hether or n ot married life is a fai l u re, to concl ude ' ith h i s per3onal expe ri nee. M oney : I t val u ' ill b th rou hly di cu eel togeth r ' ith the question " 0 u o-h t a co-ord to buy th atre t i c ket f r h er m a n ? ' and " H m many pen ni s may b placed i n the ontri bution box with impun ity ?'

359


Th� Good- Oight O rgi�s of th� B rav�s. Sho w i n g the Possible Refinement of a Liberal Education .

u ri n g t h

fo ll

c o m e i n t o t h e r acl i n g b i f l eap

u pon t h l p-h i -y i -ya -

(

1 1 leap

nt

t h e tabl e .

N ow g i v e i t t o ' ·w

bar t h e pap r

h th

n ' t cro h m

D u tch company i till-

ow-w w-y

\ -

b y ! , cat l r ·em ." ( H ru he and righ t and I ft and t earin g t h em i n t o ' w ' r d o i n g i t ! H o-oo-p-er u p ! 1 1 Burn t heir

h o -oo-oop .

F i re .

Now, rip

tam p , and catter t h e . b u r n i n g

-

.

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Bi eiz

\Vhoo-001 R ush 'em ! down ' rn ! frao-men ts of fi les and ra k and 11

B i o- hi f Rip R oar i ng enior picking up a bi ycle and throwing it th Jeno-th of the hall : • · catt r, b raYe ! To ur wiQ\vam. . H a n o- up your calps . wort h . H ora f r th gen ral leep in p a e. \ ou ,. a,·erage . \\ hoo- -\ h Ch ru of Bra,· th \ all

I ep and at u p in igh and ank back with a

Breathe

th ere a C lby ma n

That n e n: r l A

h i m e l f ha th

o dead aid ,

a h u n d r d page. he h ath read ,

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w ary h ead T

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J eep

h e a u y n igh t

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of ab trac�

n ot w i t h th i. yell

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b d.

to �ed ! '

in h i n t . 1 e l l ,

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ou.

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r.

rn

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you k n

J oh n o-ot back he

the

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I 'm n o t I > )k i n cr at any t h i n g .

H ard abo ut J b n R oi ert -ab ut t h a t

and

I \'.

rh eard in t h e t w i l igh t h u r .

girl .

I 'm j u t

affair I m e a n ?

p l ay cam e off-ht:

v e l l , he in i t ed h r to com

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came a letter from the th r ne aying h had a rranged to come and would be clown by t h next mail to tay till after the pla . ( To be

co1d i n u erl

i11

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n

.rt . )

Rob : T r . weet, h a e y u read that b o k o n D ean \Yift ? G eoro-ie : \, hy-ye -that i -I dicl n t ju t k now- I ' a h ping ou \\ ould mark t h pl ace you \\ anted m to read but a · you didn ' t mark the page, I read a whole chapter. L: O F T H L: M

N V.

D r . Black (to the clas J n 1 ncy and Bankinrr) : I am w ll acquainted with the i n ner ' orking of the e rnon tary c mmi ion. . I had a friend wh ' a on ne and I talked the matter o r with him-we di cu sed it quite fu lly . H e d ied hort ly after-

( R-roan.· of

"!/mpa thy ·a w�e 1 8UdclPn t o n

H L:

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in the le ·tlll·e. )

IT w· s.

wao- n and rubber bal l , Charlie J ne n on n e of t h e co-ords cal l d happen cl cl w n b) the Pal m e r H u e t h e th er da y . allh i m i n a n d aid "Charl ie, you k now that m a n wh M r . tearn , do n 't y u ? " ' Y e ," aid the innoc nt Charle . ' \\ ell if you happen to h im an) time t clay I \\ i h you'd tell h im I want t o e h im . \\ ill you ? " ' our e " said Cbarli pr m ptly, a n d th n add d w i t h a sagaciou n o d at the t h r •Th at 's all rio-ht -1' e g t a g i rl my elf. " l

0 I L: M LN W

NT T H L: L: l !T H .

a a \ att w a buying orne h e a n d had fi n all ec ured a fit in a pair of congre . . Th ale man did u p th box and turned t another ustorner when I aac poke up : ' S e here ! D n't you usually put in an extra pai r of hoe -str i n rr ? ' l'\N L:W EW EXPL:l � I ENCI'.'::.

hall imply fre ze on irst o-ord : ' I t going to b aw fu lly col d . \ that d riv e t nigh t . cond Co-orcl (B. H olme ) : ' Oh , i t ' a g< od deal warmer after dar k . J one : L e t have o m e marshmallow , al ng w i t h t h e r e t of t h o e t h i n g , r our next spread . Fogg : They come prett h igh thi t ime of year don t the ? 363


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a l i g h t t h re .

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( h , h · i n ' t o l d e no ugh f r an y t h i n O' l i k e t h a t yet

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, bri rrh t n i!;h t-a fi n · C\"n i n g- to l ook at t h e

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ard o,·er at th

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H U-\ P TO Bl =:: T R L I E:.

T

Th Fraul in bad a locket , th cla p of which n eded repairin o-, so he paid a vi i t to the j e\Yeler. The J '" ler : T hat i a Y r) . mall matter. J u t a ,. ry l ittl · q u eze ' ill fi x it. T h e Fraulem � ab nt-m i nd dly ) : H ow much f r the que ze, plea e ? The Je' eler : Oh. that ' all right . orne i n any tim . M i \Vilkin : H ow do w u 'dan qui" in t hat nt nc , Prof. H edman ? Prof . H drnan : D nkey ? I clon · t q u i t e under tancl . e n ior ( in t h b a k o f the r om ) : H e don ' t u e that kind f a hor e . WOU L D T H L

Profe or Beck a n d h i to boil for an ai>..-p erimen t . the lamp ' ere relighted profe or c l a peel h i b and good co k you \\ oulcl make

TA l\ I D I N

OL I RT ?

c l a · b a d waited patien tly t e n m i n u t for th wat er �al man ugo·e tecl that p A t leno·th 1i ibl · if t h de ir cl r ult m ight be ac ompl ishecl . T h e i n admirat ion a n d xclaim c l · • M i · a l m a n \. hat a

! '

Balentine a t t h e ma queracle Foo- : I don t k now but that I ff ncled i\ I i party la t n ight . Thyn : \;\rhat d id y u a k to rro h me \\·ith h r ? ay h a,-e you h eard about Fr cldi ? H i o-irl wa bla kec.l up, and Fogg : he did n't go do' n with h r-. aid h e'd be bano·ed i f h e cl ki a nio-g r. Thyn : That' righ t to . I draw the line th re . D r . Bla k : H ow do you kn ' the ih·er dollar i a tat utor Kid uclley : u told u o ye terda D r . Black : Oh that's no r e a o n . ·.

DOLl l3LY

·tanclard oin ?

A11pl<w.·e )

T l � L I E:.

The co- rds f all cla e iz \\·ere gathered in th ir t ucl y-roum . I t Lam b \\ ere enjo i n g the Janel -car thr urrh chanced that M i m b dy O\'er m the corn r aid ' Blanche, will t h e ame window-pane, \\ hen y u com h ere a m i n ut e ? ' Both tarted both t Pl ed then both repeat ed the action . They t urned to each other in que tion " \\'hich one i it ?" and t urn d back in an wer, " l don't know. ' The q ue ti n wa ea ily settkd but Mis Pratt \\ a not con tent . a\'oicl t h i mix-up. But you 'll bay to ' \: e'll have t do m thing h ange your name, I ban ' t m in .


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A L L L I I R I N LOVE AN D \X AR.

But it was rather hard on Fr hman Bean . H e d idn 't kno• the wily editor of the Ectt o . Few men do. Of cour e you can 't blarn Angier ; i t ' t rying on any man · pat ience to haYe an older i ter for chap ron . It happened in this ' i e. The Stone were u 1 to Cantata reh ar al and Good,Yin was casting about for an a i tan t . The nl) p rom i ing mark in igh t wa B a n , wh had never met th p tep the bri k editor an I clap th fr shman on the shoulder . " See here ld man, I wa nt you to do me a favo r, take M i tone down hom e , wil l o u , " w i t h a n d t \vard 1 i . M arion . ' Me ! \Vh y, I e n ver met her " aid Bean . N t ev n a. frown pa. eel over the face of the ready pol itician but with a wink to " R cky wh o wa stancl in by , he made ha t to say, Why ye you haYe too, m a n . I t wa ju t the other day he wa speakino· of h a keel if you didn ' t graduate meet ing y u at th P re ident ' R cepti n. from Thornt n , ' · I d n't remember meet ing her." " O h , that al l rio-ht he remem ber ou-that the t u ff . " 1 1 rio-h t, i f y o u a y s h e know m e , " a n d Bean l ut on hi p u t t y s m i l e a n d meandered aero th chap 1 . \ hen h e reached h is de t i nation he a urned t h e proper impe r . w, naow, clonch r kn w M i t n e , may I ha,·e the plazure- ' But t h e demur maiden with a qu t io n i n rr glance said, " I 'm ,·er) pl a ·eel to meet you , but I didn't u nder ·tand the nam e .' ' , I a ked for the plazure-er-of-er-" " l be y ur pardon, M r .- ?" " ' , I see, I 'm that man fr m Th rn ton ,' Thornt n ! Th rn t n ! I hop y u ' ill xcu e me, b u t I don ' t recollect t b c place " \\'ith a n air of p rpl xity . But A n o-ier and Elean r had already departed and the curtain fel l . S o here the · to ry encl f r all but Bean . ·

J O l� E:' FROM

ATCH.

S o T H CoLLEGE F r R E . Atch : " Did y u k now the men in South Coll ege had lost their scholar h i p ?" The man wh o bite ! ' No, b o·w d i d that happen ?" At h : " Why the Faculty could mell moke on them at chapel t h is morn ing." *

FTER

THE

*

*

*

*

*

*

Pratt , (who, clad in n i aht at t ire, had locked h im elf out f h i room in h is a nxiety to ee t h e ho e-wao-on, and had cozened Fre hrnan K nowles i n t o clim bing th fi re-e cape f r h im ) ; " W 1 1 , I ' l l ay thi mu h, it would take a migh ty g od man to get rn to up a fi re- cape for h im . A t h : ' Evid ntly Tom d esn't t h i n k that ' ay .' a

36 7


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wh)

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you should be admitted to

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: rry I wa a l l en rraged f r the A e m b l i e , an d ha d T h e re he wa , o handsom ! !

refu e to go with M ax Philbri k.

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The e e\·ening Cantata ornetirn e y work wron o-. F re hman B an wa time it \ as h i enior n a m e a ke . ung H am m ond had bee n loin ()" t h e h onor regularl for Mi s Trafton , but t h is nigh t h e had l e on th t ri n g, o luckle s t the pr per hour h e went oYer to t h e Ralph glad ly consented to ub titute. chapel but i n h is b a h fu lnes waited in the hall . H ammond at len th ga\'e h i m u p, and M i Trafton f cour e accepted h i u ual offer . they were abou t t o tart , H ammond rem mbered a pi c of m u ic that h e m u t fet h a n d said h e w u l d b e alono- in a e n d . S it happen c l t hat M i Traft n tepped i n t the h al l alone. Bean did h i pre t t i t, nly to receive' I thank y u, M r . B an but I h ave an e cort . " Ralph ' ear t o k in b u t t h e fi rst fi e w rd a n d h e j oy fully t rip1 eel alon ()" at her ide. \I hen they reached the o-at the po r o-irl wa f re cl to ay ' I am sorry, M r. Bean , but I told you I wa otl1 rwi ngaged-and o you will ha to e. cuse m e . G cl-nigh t . A n d i n t h e word o f D oc Stev. arcl , a famous m u t er man , " Bean e x cuted a righ t-about-face-forward -march . '

PRLX Dl�AW

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before

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o r c o u n t r y,

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D R . H . J . TOWA RD,

Tb� ma i n� B i nd�ry Blank

CO.,

�FURNITURE

Fea t h e r �

Genera l

&

Book B i n d i n g and Book

Manufact u ring Successor t o D r . H . E . Shempp.

W E O I V E S P E C I A L ATTE N T I O N TO

L I B RA RY

W O RK .

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Office Hou rs:

84 Main Stred.

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Paint�r and ... Pa p�r Hang�r. \� a l l Pa pers � ..

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George H. Sturtevant,

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Anthracite and Bituminous

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GOJ\ L

T h e C e le b ra t e d P h i la d e l p h i a & R e a d i n g 11n rd W h i l e A h Coal

a

pe i a l ty.

1

Hard and So it Wood., Edgings, Kindliogs, Etc.

WA Do

n

own

Corner

fflce a nd

1fi e,

2 I Main

E TO L ET. I n q u i re of C l ukey & Libby Company

E R V I L LE, M A I N E.

arkel.

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a rd ,

l.

Telephone 20-J .

42

M A I N ST R E ET.

M r. Kennan Dwi nel l , M. D. PHYSIC I A N Rooms

and

J , 2 and 3,

S U R G EON, J3J

OFF•

--

Finest Groce ries

Telephone 7 2 - 2 .

T

--

If v o u wa n t a GOOD

M O t<l E ca l l on

Chas. F. Mi l l er, 1\1

TH E

Main Street.

1· l l o t tt : 1 3 i

a m. ; to and to Q p. m Night calb answered from office

.30 to 9.30

S E L LS

anufacturer of

F I N E C I GA R 6 5 Te m p l e S tree t , W A T E R V I LLE, M A I N E. "The L i t t le Y e l low Store, J ust A r o u n d t h e Corner"

IN T H E C I T Y . P E C I A L ATTENTIOX, OD

D , AXD

R l�A. O X A BI,E P RI CES IYEX T

Cor,J,EGE CLGBS.

63 College Avenue,

Waterv i l l e , M e .


Gold Medal Pa ris Exposition,

1900.

H i g h e s t Award Pa o A me rican E x position

1901.

I Masterpieces of Art I Jn Lots or

Send t u re , part or send 2or send 2 or se n d 2 -

25

AT O N E C E N T E AC H .

or More.

Assorted as Desire d .

S P EC I A L O F F E R .

120

for

$1.00.

Five Two·Ce o t S t a m ps a n J metionn this MJ azine and we w i l l e n d you 1 2 heautiful pic­ i n the " Bo ton Editio n ' ' a n d plrt in the Regul n Edition. or send 2 :; cents for 2 - Picture of Cats a n d Dogs. cents for r Art Picture · cent for 2- B ible ubjects · or send two- ent tamp for catalog a 1 1 d ample Children. picture. for ture Pi cents for 2 -

THE

On Paper

P E RRY

P I CT U RES- E x t ra

5 f o r 2 5 cen t s .

1o x 1 2 .

e of Art.

G m

1 1 for 50 cents.

S i ze .

23 for !i 1 . 00.

:���ePE-������f!�\���·E �h�e�0�1����i t?i/��1;en�: ''W�:�I�� \' o u hould have it in your h ome .

Send Z5 cents fo r t hese f i v e : Pres. R.oose velt, King E d ward, Sir Ga lahad , The Wave, Pharoah's Horses.

price of si ngle copie

S P E C I A L M AG A Z I N E O F F E R . by mai

l. 1 5 ce11ts. Every number beau t i fully illustrated

The Perry Pict u res Go m pa ny., B o x 583,

M A L D EN, M ASS.

I. S. BANGS CO. , �R�al Estat�� Accide n t

f i re, L i fe ,

a nd P l a te

<i l a s s

The Finest Appointed Shop in Waterville.

POM E R L E A U ' S

Hair Dressing Rooms, All

Wate rville, Maine.

M i l h ke o B l ock,

A. E. BESSEY, M. D. M. W. BESSEY. M. D. Residence 72 Elm Street,

OFF I C E :

I

1 42

1 82 Main Street.

M a i n S t ree t .

1 0- 1 2 A . n .

t -3 P.

M.

7 - & I'. M .

S U " D A Y S. 3-• P. M .

M A I N STREET.

HOU R S :

&- 1 0

A.

M.

5-5 P . M .

E V E l'l l rt C S . S U rt D A Y S. 9- 1 0 A.

TELEPHONE CONNECTED.

M

Electric Fans.

Hot Towels a Specialty. Shoe Shining Stand Connected. Give us a call when you need

Pu re D r u g s , A Cool Glass

PULSIFER BLOCK.

HOUR S :

85

Experienced Workmen.

ol

Soda,

or an Imported or Domestic Cigar.

A LDEN

&

DEE HAN,

Cor. Main and Temple Sts.


Bu rleigh

?

r

fJ Flynt

y u ·atisfi cl with your

iv u th · ha n and w w i l l prov to you tha t w hav

ut arti ti ti n u

at

ti

rintin th

f typ

·

and arti ti

ce1ve p r and w

print all r i ht.

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ni h ed b

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f r doin� f i r t� le: Pri n t i n � in all i t b ra n ches.

naran t e the · \\' t 1 1

and

ug e ti n

mail or a r pre

fur­

ntati,·

all upon applicati n .

J O O Q. N A L B O I LD I N G ,

A O G O STA, M A I N E

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�ivery a nd Boardi nS Stable @/�

29 F ront

treet,

WAT E RV I L L E , M A I N E .

1 At

l 70 MAIN

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D E N T I ST ,

STREE T . Fl

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d B u i l d i n g ., Cro Jenkin

Wa terv i l le ., M e .

n o nd B r i d ge W o r k .

' Porce l a i n I n lay W o r k .

lJouR :

to 1 2 a. m.: 1 t o ; p. m .

W . B . Arnold.

Stuling Company.

Chickuing & Sona,

0. G. Springfidd.

Huntington.

Blasius & Sons,

R.cg<nt.

Vou & Sons, Ever<tt,

Dr. Eugene H. Kidder,

H IGH GR

D t;

Kimball .

Uut. :f13. Brno lb & <to., Hardware. Nails, Iron and Steel, Carriage Woodwork,

Cressey, J o nes & A l len

Stoves and Furn aces, Glass, Paints and OHs,

P I A N O S A N D M !J S IC, 566 Coogre s St reet,

PORTLA ' D,

Milk Supplies, Black Powder and High Explosives,

M A INE.

Doors, Sash aod Glazed Windows. Tinsmiths,

R"prese.nted by

Steam a nd Water F i tters.

W. E. C H A D W I C K , W A T E R V I L L E , M A i i-i E .

W A TERVILLE, M A INE.

xxx


" I T TA K ES TH E CA K E ! " l s the t>xclamation o f all who have eaten any o f our

Pure Bread

and

Pastry

E V E RYT H I N G F R E S H EACH D AY . Only t h e B e t Flour i_ u ed.

A trial will prove

the

upe­

riority o f our b:ike t u ff .

M. T. CO L BY- BA K ER, 6 4 T E n P L E STR E ET,

With a

eat

W AT E R V I L L E , M A I N E .

Cut Flowers

and Ta ty Plac A D

F re h and H earty F

and Fine Floral Work

d

For all occa ion can obtained at the

T he Night Lunch

GITY GREEN HOUSES.

H 4 S BECOME T H E H U N (i l{Y M A N' S PA R A D I S E.

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Down-Town Stand at Hager's,

J 13

Let u prescribe for you at the ame old tand. R.

B.

be

Maio Street.

H . R . � I I TC H E L L & SO N ,

B U ZZ E L L.

PROPRI ETORS.

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Ml TY.

L I ' � OJ

PERIODIC A L S A ND M AGAZINES,

Stati o n e ry

Sc h oo l Su p p l ies

B a s ball, Te n n is a n d Sport i n g Goods. o rn

r Main and T m p l

tr

t ,

Wall Paper, etc. W

T E R V I LLE, MAINE.

The Ticonic National Bank 0

$ ! 00,000. 40,000.

Capita l , S u rplus a n d Profits, ITcrs l .i n k i n g .

.' I I ·

i

l po!-. i t o r:-. l' \ ·ry fa · i l i t y con ..., i t · n t " i t h

to

f a k '!-. clisc1 n m b d a i l y .

af

a n d con . · n·at i v

·

·w York a n d Ho · t o n E -xchang- · at r ·a o n a b l c rat l! s .

F urn ish » F reign L tt •rs of ( r d i t a n d l i l l : of E:\changl' at . h ort not i c e .

(� EO R C . E K . l

o n ELLh,

Pr18irl1•1tf .

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111shi1•r.

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J H ElTO R _ .

ph E a t o n .

: eorge K . W i l l iam

>n ,

P. P.

ll

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M a k e r of P.

B

u t e l le,

H E R Bs,.-r·, •

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J

W AT E R V I L L E , M E .

the

1 0c .

L E 1 c ; wr o :-: ,

I l a i n e. .

. . Wholesale and Retail Tobacconist

H e rb.st K .

n c - Presid1111 l .

C i gar. :xxxii


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one in each town to ride and exhibit a sample 1902 mod l bicycle of our m a nufacture. YOU CAii MAKE $10 TO $SO A WEE.K besides h aving a wheel to ridefor yourself.

1902

Models :���a��::::

$9

1 900 and 1 9 0 l Mode ls Ji�ls 500 Second Hand Wheels

tak n in trade b y our Chicago retail stores. ail and models. good a n w . . . . . • • • • .. . . . . . .

mak

one

10

We

ship

without

a

$15 $11 $8 $3 to lo fO

$1

-

any bicycle 011 APPROVAL to any­ cent deposit in aclvance and allow

DAYS FREE TRIAL. r�� ���;

s l in ordering from us, as you do not need to p ay a cent if the bicycle does not suit you. no

risk

Do NOT Buy FA CTOR\' PRICES & FREE TRIA L OFFER.

a wheel until you have written for our

Tires, equipment, fll!:lldrles an d soorting good · o f al l kin<l:. at n­ half regular pric , I n our big free sundry catalogue. Co tut i n formation. Write for it. tain a. world o f u a reliable �rson i n ach town to d i ·tribute catalogues for us In r

J:bt: r0IEci1ii ev ert co:t;10llhicai0: iii: WE WAllT

xx.xiii


,\ . 1-.. 1 · 1 1 1 1 � ro

.

H O RJ\G� f l U R l � T(t� & GO • .,

General Contractors and Manufacturers of Brick. TELEPHONE, Yard

7 5-5 .

at Waterv i l l e , Skow hegan , Augu ta, and M ecllauic Fal l

.

H E A D OFFICE, W AT E R V ILLE, M E .

T h e f i n e t H o u se i n M a i n e. RATE

FAI R F I E L D ,

$2.0

MAI N E .

PER DAY.

W. J.

R A D B U R Y, Proprietor. Room

Ba t h a n d Te l e p h o n e in E v e ry Roo m .

N L\

TH E

i n g l e or i n S u i te s .

L

M ED

ou l e,

awarded to an A mcri an P i a n o a n u facturer a l the PAKIS \ H 1 n 1 no f 1 was g1ve11

INVESTMENT

LUDWIG & CO.

BROKERS

THt L U D W I G P I A N O , l o n g k nown a a fa v o r i t e a t h o m e , ha world-wide reco n i t i o n .

Factories :

nn\

won

968-972

Southern Boulevard, NEW YORK.

C o m p a n i e s O rg a n i ze d U n d e r

the Laws

o f M a i ne .

L O llY

S TA P L ES , S M I T H & H E A DQ

M O O DY, O F F I C ES :

A RT E RS :

M u sic H a l l , A u g u sta, M a i n e . BRANCHES :

Wate rvil le, B a t h , Farmington and E l lswort h . x x xiv

t o l l E x c h a n ge Building.

Masonic Build ing,

B O S fON, M A SS.

W A T E RV I LLE, ME.


G. L. LEA .R N ED 1:: �

&

CO.,

Plum b�rs� 21 --

A N D--

Steatn and H ot Wate r Fi tte rs Dealer i n a l k i n d s of Plumbing a n d Steam F itters1 S u p plie . Agents fo r

27 M a i n St., W A T E R V I L L E , M A I N E .

E l ectric Heat Regu lato r.

Do You Wa n t t h e B

t a n d P u re t i

;

Our

c On �t ec tT1onery oda Fountain i

u pplied '' i t h

the b e t .

u r I ce C ream

a r e widely k n o w n for

their smoothne s and richne Try ou r Colle()"e I ce

;

they

. are de­

l i ciou s .

W . A . N ager , 113

T h e Confect i o n e r a nd C a t e r e r ,

MAIN

.STREET.

Agent for City Greenhouse . :X X X \"

Telephone, 2 5-5.


L . T. Booth by

& Son Co. ,

G i l pat rick & Day, CON T R ACTO R S A

0

BU I L DERS. W A T ER VILLE, MAI

and

W rk ,md

Jo

COO K & S M A LL

Atto rneys

• if

E.

n e ra l R e p a t r i n f h

om pet e n t H e l p .

fi ng.

u

Co u n se l o rs

Dea l r

In

L u m ber a n d

roo t ook

" HOP AT J 7 FRONT

h i ngle .

TREET,

Oppoait< City H.Ul.

W A T E R V I LLE, M A I N E . H A l< O U t E.. U ll l t.;

T

...

M a i n e Ge n t ra l R . R . Resta u ra n t T

R

ILL

, MAIN

.

I t i · h e r t h a t m a ny :.i e a r_' t ra v e l e r ha been refre h d by pa rta k i n a of o m e o f t h e ti n e m a l t h a t a re a l w a \'- �erved t h e re. or b • ea tin a o m e of t h e d e l icacie w h i c h a re �l l w a y · fo u n d o n t h e L u n c h ou n ter.

T

a

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]. F I E L TH E

TR

lV I

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Pro p. ,

F R I E � D.

A D O L L A R S A V E D IS A D O L L A R M A D E.

Clothes Cleansed, Dyed, and Repaired, Mattresses Cleansed and Made Over�

\'ou c a n ave that dollar and more, too, b · having your

-AT THE-

\� A T E R\ J LL E S T E A � I

W A L S H & B E R R Y , Proprie tors.

D' E t l O O S E ,

ORY C L E A N S I N G A S PECIAL TY.

Corner Common and Front Streets, Waterville , Maine.

Telephone Call

-

Good W o r k .

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L o w Prices.

Prompt Attention.

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AM ER I CAN

H A L L'S

BOO K

M I L I TA RY BAN D AND

CO M PANY, 9J S u m m e r S t . ,

O RC H EST RA

B O S T O N , M A SS.

R- . B.

M a i n e Representative,

� HA L L , Lea d e r a n d

vV . L. B O N N E Y Savings Ban k Block,

So loi

t.

1 63 MAIN STREET.

Waterville, Maine.

Tl1

I opu l u r Bo ne !

f ,\�u i n .

W AT E R V I L L E A N D FA I R F I E L D

RA I LWAY A N D LI G HT C O M PA N Y - � N D-

U n i o n G as a n d E l ectric C o m p an y ,

t f6

_ , '-l\� �,� ,MAIN STREET,

are prepared to furnish electrical service of all kinds at reasonable rates. RALPH

J.

PATTERSON, General Manager.

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The Colby Oracle 1902  

Colby College’s yearbook for the Class of 1902. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)

The Colby Oracle 1902  

Colby College’s yearbook for the Class of 1902. (Alternate titles: The Oracle; Colby Oracle; Colby Yearbook.)