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The billiard match between Williston and Amherst was won by Amherst by a score of 200 to 199. - [Student.
One comfort for the coming no-license days. We have Bacon's authority for it that "Reading maketh a full man." - [Era.
Be careful how you attempt to get excused from a recitation in classics on the ground that you are horse. It won't go down. - [Record.
A. W. Conalle of Albion College recently had his nose and jaw broken in being initiated into a college secret society. Of such a sort are the superior influences of Western College life.
From a brief survey of the base-ball arena, it would seem that the college contest of '82 would be the most closely contested ever known. Every nine is in training, and each will appear on the field with a new pitcher. - [Brunonian.
Classic Slang - Frigidus dies when I get sinistrum. Quinquagesima sestertii all around. Non ad novus, justus-don't be afraid we won't say it, but you must remember that when Latin was spoken, jokes of this kind must have been comparatively new. - [Ex.
A son of affluent parents may spend at Harvard from $1,000 to $1,800 without acquiring a reputation for extravagance. While at Oxford, England, a commoner has been known to spend Pound2,000, or even pound3,000 a year without exciting comment. - [Era.
It is reported that the police have been searching the rooms of Yale students for signs of tradesmen kept there as trophies, and that several have already been arrested. Some have escaped by claiming that the signs were left by former occupants of their rooms. Others are on the "ragged edge."
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