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The Advocate.

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The forthcoming number of the Advocate contains three stories, two of them no better than many other college stories, the third quite agreeably surprising in its conclusion. It is a rather fantastic colonial sketch by F. W. C. Hersey '99, beginning in a manner that comes near to being forced and affected, and apparently over-obvious in plot. But the last sentence shows the story in a new light, that is much more human and natural.

A sonnet entitled "Contrast" by L. B. Buck '98, is remarkably good college versification. "Love that Passeth all Understanding" by J. B. Holden '99, shows a strange difference of mood between the story proper and the title. In a second colonial sketch, "An Act of Treason," C. S. Harper '99, imitates in a pleasing manner a form of story that is not uncommon.

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