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THE KISSING BUG.
Willie called on his girl at her dwell
ing, His story of love he was telling,
As he gave her a ling,
She got kissed hy the bug,
And Willie got blamed for the swell
ing. A girl who had never boon kissed,
Thought a pleasure had surely bcon
Till a kissing bug small
ttuzzed her once in the hall
And her lips grew as big as my fist.
There was a young man of Belmar,
Who rode on a Madison ear,
He was bit by the bug
On h!s abnormal mug,
And now he's gone home to papa.
An actress a little passe,
To her agent did quietly say:
"If the bug kisses me,
I'll get an ad. free"
And strange she was bitten that day.
kis"ing bug out in St. Louis
Said, "I'm fev-ling exceedingly bluey,
I don't care what they say,
1 must fight night and day.
To reach New
The Students' Go-Operative Book Go,
322 NORTH Z IITHOST.
fjofe:f? a boomer.
KOR A NATIONAL UNIVERSITY.
It has been urged that a national
university at Washington would be
! corrupted by porsonal schemes and
partisan politics just as colonial ser-
i vice and Alaskan service have been I
; corrupted at times and as the army
has been corrupted recently. The con
ditions are not the same. Our navy
I never has been corrupted by politics,
j simply because it demands expert
knowledge and because the nephews
of congressmen cannot run big ships.
Our naval service is the best in the
! world. It has been most sensibly and
' scientifically managed.
1 "Here, then, are three great argu-
York in time to kiss I monts for a national university: That
it would utilize tremendous resources
1 stored un in the museums and libr-
Hobson's rival I am, 'tis true," arIos of Wash!ngton; that it would
Sa'd a kissing bug as he fiew 1 fllrnlsh niaterlal for the sutdy of de-
On the lips of a maiden, m..v- n,i iw it wnniii mnkn Ao.
"W-B MV- J .. .V V.. ......V ..
With sweet honey laden,
mocrac bettor worth studying. AH
Making her victim twelve hundred and j fl mnfly fp
A kissing bug, silly young jigger,
Once lit on a pretty wax figure;
He chewed on one place.
Till he ruined his face,
Then swore 'cause it didn't grow
A k1sSng'btiJ!thl?'1srquItor true
Bit a maiden of Kalamazoo,
Sho didn't cry out,
As you would, no doubt.
But said, "Bite again; now, please do."
tho establishment of a national uni
J vorsity, which would be a national uni
I vorsity in the highest sense." Presi
! den Jordan at the N. E. A.
SCHOOL OF MUSIC
is opposite the Campus.
Students contemplating the stutty of
music, and those who have friends
desirous of information concerning'
tho advantages oifered, are cordially
invited to visit the school and obtain
sin illustrated Catalogue. You can
enter at any time.
COLLEGE GIRLS SLANG.
College girls liave a slang of their
own that isJpoot contained in the olo
gios 'and iws of student life.
That use of "grand" at Vassar col-i
lege spread like a contagious disease a
few years ago. Everything from a new
gown to the award of a fellowship re
ceived the magnificent appellation.
HARVARD'S NEW B0ATH0USE. ' That was season in grandiloquence
in othei respects also, for no entertain
Next year the Harvard crews train- ment ess lhan a ..,jair was QyQr g,ven
ins on the Charles river will have a at the coleg& lf yon went t0 the sen.
liandsomer xud more commodious ' jor parlor in reSj)onse to an invitation
headquarters than the members of any l0 a ljal you would proi,ably f,nd
previous crevw have enjoj ed. It will that someone was serving tea.
-osi $80,000, this amount having been
j ! I I ! ! M i I I 1 I I I I !
- WILLARD KIMBALL
Cottrell & Leonard
173.478 R rod war
Allien)-, New York
Makers of lite
portrait and Landscape Photographer i Caps, Gowns and Hoods
129 South nth Street,
To the American Colleges and Univer
sities Illustrated manual, samples, prices
) etc , upon request Clowns for the pulpit
and the bench.
subscribed by the Harvard graduates
residing in New York. The structure
will have a frontage on the river of
140 feet, running bade 100 feet, and
will contain all the modern improve
ments. On the ground floor there will
Miss Ellon Smith has received a let-'
ter from Professor R. B. Owens, for
merly at the head ot the electrical en-
cItiwHth' lrnfirtmnt H f?iflc c fnl. ,
be a large workshop, the larger part of , ... . ,,,,..,, 1
. . ... . lows: "I am extremely Indebted for
your kindness in send'ng us such full 1
the room being devoted to storage
100m for boats and shells. A large
rowing tank will occupy the other
wing of the building. From a long
hallway on the river side of the house
two stairways will lead to the second
floor, wliieh will be devoted to lockers,
anti-rooms and shower baths. The
and complete data in regard to your
registering system. It is entirely clear
and will be of great use to us now, as '
we are about to re-model our registra
tion scheme. 1 think we shall adopt
something very close to yours." Spy-
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The hours of labor are short, duties light, positions for life. Take our course of
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closing stamp for Catalogue describing course to
SUMAU Of CHIL StlHICC ISSTRUCTIM.WASHSMTON.B.C.
oral other Institutions haw also writ.
house will be heated by steam and foj. ,t. ,nformat,OIh Vrotemor
lighted hy electricity. It is expected 0wwg ,g at u,e MeGHJ niveriH
that U w-111 be completed by January j Mcmlrw,L canadtu
jures irorn iaie univar- . ,
a large increase in at- " lB nJOv:" wa' out
ulum pla-t in the medi- . 0h- don l laow- Blie
1 feol sorry for CoubIu Amanda.
can learn to
ATTENDANCE AT YALE,
'Die latest figures from Yale unlver-
fclty sliow that
iMiflancfi Iisik 1nkn t)la
al dojmilmont. where the registration , "'7 JiUiai na uto ttar ertm at
in one hundred and thirty-eight again ' omu-"
a. total f one hundred last year. As
several more students are expected to - A MIXED BLESSING.
enter this department before the regis-1 "Teaephones are great time-savers,
tratHoji closes it Is estimated that tho aren't they?"
whole gain in the school will be about I "Weill, that depends on who calJs you
30 j)ar cent. The registration for the up.
a-cadeinlc department shows a falling
off of three, while that for the scion- ' HIS OBJECT,
iiflo sohool it nine less than lasrt. year. I fear you are forgetting niC
The reglHtratlon in the graduate de- J She said In tones polite,
partment is about what it was last -"I am indeed for getting you.
J1'" That's why I came tonighL"
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