Class feeling has become quite marked lately at De Pauw University, Indiana. It began by the seniors adopting high hats as the insignia of their class.-These were promptly stolen by the sophomores, who had their pictures taken in them. The other evening, during the progress of a sophomore performance, a number of freshmen entered the hall with large paper sacks inflated and labeled "sophomore wind." After waiting to hear three or four speeches they started to leave the hall. Dr. Ridpath who was presiding endeavored to stop them by locking the doors, but the freshmen burst them open and escaped. During the disorder, large fire crackers were exploded in the hall and later on the cannon were taken from the armory and fired repeatedly.[Ex.
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