"quite all in vain did Johnny explain,
"In words that flowed thick from his muddled brain,
"That he knew by their looks the rascals were spooks."
It is rather an ambitious effort to put this story into rhyme or even into print, for there is nothing extraordinary in it either in point of conception or treatment. Indeed in regard to the latter, one is amused to find now and then the rhyme lapsing into prose. It is hardly possible to predict that the rhyme will command any special interest from students to whom it must be supposed it is meant to appeal.
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