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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, November 01, 1893, Image 35

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COLLEGE VERSE- 121 <£offege HQevse. A DOUBLE FAULT. A tennis ball and a pitcher’s sphere Confessed in a friendly chat, That one had been off on a rackety While the other was out on a bat. —Am h erst Student . AN AFTER IMAGE. The student hurridly leaves the gam e ; To the ha tin lecture races, Renders h i struxit triplicem aciern “ He stayed and drew three aces-” — Bruizonian. “ Breathes there a man with soul s o dead, Who never ( to himself) hath said,’ ’ As he stubbed his toe against the b e d :— ! ----- !!! ------- ! ------ ?— The IR.adia.tor. JUST THE SAME. Forty weary, weary winters, Forty summers she might claim ; Yet her cheek s till keeps on blooming A s it used to burst in flame When her heart was still unruly I f a youth but spoke her name . Now each night her blushes vanish— Otherwise th e y ’re ju s t the same.— Washington Capital .

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