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Page 114 - em up, I can't get 'em up, I can't get 'em up in the morning; I can't get 'em up, I can't get 'em up, I can't get 'em up at all!
Page 46 - Where do we go from here, boys, Where do we go from here? Anywhere from Harlem to a Jersey City pier; When Pat would spot a pretty girl, he'd whisper in her ear, — Oh joy, Oh boy, Where do we go from here?
Page 10 - No Man's Land in France Where the shrapnel shells are bursting And we must advance.
Page 229 - If you want to see your father in the Fatherland, Keep your head down, Fritzie Boy!
Page 120 - And dread sublimity, too great for words. For ever, since the world began, thy eye, Grey-headed mount, hath been upon these hills Piercing the sky, with all thy sea of woods Swelling around thee, evermore thou art, Unto our weaker, earthly sense, the type Of the eternal, changeless and alone.
Page 307 - The Fourth Down" is full of action and interest; the characters are the sort that hoys like to get acquainted with. — The American Boy. The ideals are of the best in " The Freshman Eight," and the book is of the right type to put into the hands of boys 12 to 16.
Page 113 - Good Morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip.' ("with your hair cut just as short as mine...
Page 307 - W. QUIRK is justly one of the most popular writers of books for boys, and is unexcelled in his ability to adorn a tale with a moral. This series, which has been cordially endorsed by the Boy Scouts of America, deals chiefly with the athletic side of college life and has for its...