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SAM LLOYD'S NEWS PROBLEMS FOR THE DAY
Through the smoke of Popocatepeti
Comes a daughter of Ixtlixochiti.
A king of antique Aztec fame
To make the interesting claim
That of the family bush the fairest petal
Is one to make us mortals gasp a little.
No less than Edison by name.
Now Tomas of Teotihuacan
(Than whom no greater was in Yucatan).
Begat a son, who had a son.
Who chose for wife an English one.
Her son (nose, mouth, and chin proclaim the man
So runs the proof), most prominent American.
Is Thomas Alva Edison.
To be sure, Mr. Edison denies any knowledge of Spanish or Mexican royalty in the family, but the newspaper statement, "Inventor descends in straight line from Aztec ruler," nevertheless shows him to be every inch a king.
When the President embarked for Europe the Dean regretted that, as a parting salute he had been unable to fire twenty-one undergraduates. As the Administrative Board met Tuesday in its post-Midyear session, I wonder what ceremonies the Office has in mind to welcome the President's return. U. PHONIUS.
Those who were awakened at dawn this morning by the rioting on Winthrop Street may find the explanation in yesterday's number of your paper.
"The Liberal Club meeting this evening is open only to full members." COL. BYGAD.
MORE PATHETIC FALLACIES
Like an ignorant young Turk
Or Jap, I called it Albuquerque
For no one in Japan or Turkey
Would know that it was Albuquerque. PACHYDERM.
Ignorant but unafraid
Oft I called the word decade. WIN WURST.
As for the street which runs parallel to Washington and crosses Boylston at the Common, first prize goes for the correct pronunciation of its name. Is it Tremont, Tremont, Tremont, or Tremont?
CITY MOVES TO PREVENT FLOOD. --Boston Herald.
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