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About The Nebraskan. (Lincoln, Neb.) 1892-1899 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1895)
ur Valentine Box.
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This is the uimi with the standing broad grin,
The way he smiles is a terror to sin,
But when he laughs the whole world could drop in.
This represents the little "Dean,"
Who in his sweater is always seen
.Running his perpetual talking machine.
This is "Doc," the man whose brain
Is ever bearing a terrible strain.
He works too hard that is plain.
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This is Otis, the pretty boy,
To whom a cannon is but a toy,
Hols the pet of the girls, his mama's joy
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This is for Barnes, the pitchor so rare,
Who always is parting his pretty, dark hair;
But when he plays ball ho always gets there.
This is for Tucker, the sporty guy,
Who drinks port wine upon the sly,
And hopes to bo an actor by and by.
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