The obsequies will take place shortly after four o'clock this afternoon on the diamond behind the University grandstand. By a special last request of the deceased the undefeated CRIMSON champions will act as pall-bearers to see that the Lightweight Jester from Mount Auburn street is deeply and irrevocably buried.
The deceased was a good enough fellow, but addicted to awful poor jokes. He used to always pretend after he had lost a ball game to any of our teams, that he hadn't lost-it at all, and of course this doesn't bother us at all, because we know all about it, but it don't look right to the outside world that is scrutinizing us close. He never beat us once, but from what he printed you'd think we never got a game, and that the Lampoon had about the classiest gang of pill-casters that ever swung a bat. He has made his last joke, darn him. . . . R.I.P.