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The Student Vagabond

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It's cool in the Ritz at five o'clock. Another hound? And when you come out it's still light, and you can walk through the Public Gardens and pick tulips if you've had that many cocktails, and then on to dinner at Locke-Obers where they still have oysters. This is the last week--so Charley will tell you. Then on and on and on like so many songs. Shoulder to shoulder, bolder and bolder. Bolder and colder and older and greater and much later you find yourself at the Crescent Club. Stick to scotch, Please! Can't anyone enunciate? Reform! reform! we're going to reform the world... that's a song they used to sing at the Old Howard. You are not unfamiliar with it, perhaps, Rosemary?... Not at all... in fact very flattering. Very, very Herry. That's the way Mr. Jaunders used to pronounce it. Not Jaunders... won't you dawdle in my bordel said the spider to the fly. Who, I, said the fly? Not "me," you notice. Erotica Vagabondis.

If that bar ever toppled over on us...Let's get out of here.

Early summer morning. It gets light early around here. Six o'clock isn't so early though. If we were running some big milk company... we'd do it very well, I feel sure. Listen to the robins. Taxi! Dunster House in Cambridge.

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