Ballads of Harvard and Other Verses.
The Harvard ballads have appeared before, chiefly in the Lampoon. The two of them best known are "Holworthy Hall" and "Parks," but the best, perhaps, is an unpretentions little poem called "Love and The Law."
Among the "Other Verses" the "Two Answers to Why I Read Herrick" and "Montauk Point" illustrate the range of Mr. Garrison's serious work. "Manque," which ends the volume, is extremely fine and belies its own estimate of its author's muse. As for us we believe in the promise contained in itself, and expect greater things from the last of our Harvard poets.