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Hobart herald. (Geneva, N.Y.) 1879-1942, April 01, 1909, Image 7

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Hobart Herald 177 ■ecently received from there says. On Christmas day Charles Vliller '09, W allace Cowan, Alex Campbell, 'to, Livingstone Oliver '10 and Rudolph Buddenhagen, To. met together and revived their old Hobart memories and spirit Two weeks later the same men, together with another man . 1. - mum ■ met again and brushed up some more recollections of Hobart, and the days spent in the shadow of her buildings. Little evi­ dences like these of Hobart spirit are distinctly invigorating. T h e y show th a t passing out into the world does not mean a putting away from one, all his college spirit, all Ins college m e m o r ie s , ______________ _ _______ ___ a r b u t u s D E A R E S T bloom of wildwood, 0 sweetest flow r of spring. , Q . .... .............. KliUlM What ecstacies of rapture ^ subtilt, perfumes b ring. Thou, little starry fairy, Amidst the moss and mold Hast charms exquisite, treasures More precious far than gold- For in thy virgin chalice Snow white or red, I see. Immaculate in freshness. Emblem of purity. So modest and retiring In th y woodland retreat, To thee come ardent lovers, To thee come eager feet. And of the forest mem’ries W hich bring my heart most cheer There’s none su fondly cherished As thine, m y floweret deai. A r t h u r P. W i l l i a m s , 1 9 m

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