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HE NEBRASKA-HESPERIAN N.
SONG OP THE ELEVEN.
Line up, pass her back, keep the cuds
When the umpire's back is turned slug
'em In the neck.
Paste a fellow when he's down, grind
him with your boot;
Break h!s head If necessary ncoot,
Tackle 'om below the knee, gouge 'em
in the eye;
Kick 'om in the abdomen and leave 'em
there to die.
Hear your alma mater's voice rise
above the din,
"Anything to win, boys, anything to
Never mind a rib or two, smash a col
larbone, Sweeter than the sweetest music is a
Mother sits up in the stand anxV.io ior
She won't recognize her baby after
we have done.
Slug him once again for luck, break
his Grecian nose;
Make him lose an ear or two, amputate
Don't forget our motto, boys, do your
Now for God and country, boys, and
well, you know the rest.
Just another rally, boys; give it to 'em
Lay 'em out upon the sward jitft as
soon as not.
See, we're almost over now, yorder is
Kill him if you must, and Lord have
mercy on his soul.
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ROPER fi EOOMER,
THE CIGARETTE FIEND.
When de doctor sez I'm dyin' put a
"root" between me lips,
'n I'll breade me life out peaceful
'twlxt de blissful, kissful sips,
'n I'll draw de smoke down In me, t' de
remnint uv me lungs,
'n in two hazy streamlets spurt It
t'rough me nostril-bungs.
'n w'en de gleamin' angels are chantin'
De mournful, tuneful requirim fur
ernudder fool det's dead,
Lord, let me -wait er little, Vile de dear1
ole stump I kiss,
Den put it in me coffin wid de skellng-
ton of dis.
'n if, -w'en 1 gits t' heaven, er "NO
SMOKIN' " sign I see,
I'll turn eround 'n come right out It
ain't er place fur me.
1 dunt -want ter be an angel; I'd rud
der shovel coal,
'n sell me season ticket I' some "no to
Git er match frum ole Saint et dot'
Scratch it on me gllB'nin' robe uv w'lto,
'n go t' hell in state,
Er Bmolcin' uv a Nestor -lts gold tip
'between me lipB
'n or winking ot do devil 'twlxt de
Yes, I'll groot him quite ilacoao'ly, n giv'!
him an Inhale
W.uh will almost make him link dot
he's hiHide do hoav'nly pale.
Wid diB favor oz or knoukdown, I'll
touoh him fur er spot
Wore a inun muy smoke in quiet, n It
ain't too blooming hot.
Johns Hopkins ls'owB-Lottisr.
The Music Reader,
BY W. L. GILPIN.
A graded course in singing for
This book has already been placed in a
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Sample copies, 25 cents, postage prepaid
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WHAT IS LIFE?
A dainty kiss, a little bug
To the parson then skeudaddle;
For food and raiment then to tug,
Then o'or the Styx to paddle.
T once thought my love was a poem,
So one day 1 told her quite terse
How 1 thought on the subject. She
No, Charlie, to you I'm "a-verse."
'hast night I hold her hand in mine,
A 'hand bo slender and divine,
Endowed -with all the graces.
Tonight another hand I hold,
A hand well worth its weight in gold;
Just think of It four uocs.
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