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Four dignified law school students sat upon the green grass in front of Langdell Hall yesterday at noon. They basked in the warm sun, yet they seemed to ignore it, for they were intent upon the work before them. Their pipes were held clenched in their teeth, removing them from time to time, only as if to punctuate an unspoken sentence. Gravity was written all over their faces, as they stared fixedly at the ground before them.
Massive law books lay scattered around them in disorder, admonishing the sun for making Spring so evident, and all the little creatures of the grassy world crawled over the green book bags seeking the nature of this new kind of grass.
Curious observers pressed closer to the four to investigate what so absorbed these mighty intellects. A flash in the sun, and a thud in the ground disclosed the answer.--mumblety pegl.
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