Spring is here in all its glory of snow storms and slush. The strains of a handorgan rushing the season rekindles that unsettled feeling, attributed to spring in March, fall in October, winter in January. But surest of all signs, caps and gowns are rising in price. Like the robins, they have not yet appeared in musty Sever; but like the robins, the demand will rise with the supply. The thrifty Senior will buy early if he would appear in the exclusive spring picture! With the melting of the snow, the price of caps and gowns will mount by leaps and bounds.
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