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THE STUDENT VAGABOND

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Today I have put away all arid, spiritless charts, and raise my eyes unto the hills, and turn my steps toward them.

At 9 o'clock this morning, I shall approach the first of my elevations, and enter the old portal of Harvard 2, to hear Professor Yeomans lecture in Government 19b upon the "due process" clause of the law as it effects the deprivation of property.

And now I am confronted with one of these problems most embarrassing to a vagabond. Before me rise three hills all at an equal distance. Which shall I ascend? In other words, shall. I at 11 o'clock go to Sever 35 to hear Dr. Maynadier in English 29 speak on George Meredith; shall I turn my steps to the Fogg Museum to listen to Mr. Leonard Opdyche in Fine Arts 1d on Correggio and the early Venetian school, which of all schools of Italian painting I am most partial to, or shall I hear Professor Haskins in History 8 speak at Harvard 3 of St. Louis the heroic crusading ruler of mediaeval France?

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