History of the Class of Niniteen-hundred and Fourteen: Yale College, Volume 1

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Page 79 - The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on: nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a Line, Nor all your Tears wash out a Word of it.
Page 401 - IT was stated in the first chapter that the rise of the Labour Party as a political force, with an organization wholly independent of those of the older parties, would make a change in our voting system imperative.
Page 18 - ... left, probably from the falling in of the chalk on some day, perhaps thousands of years ago, will not soon be forgotten by those who were fortunate enough to be present. The zeal and care of our President has been steadily directed to the Cathedral under his charge. The interesting patterns discovered on the walls and vaults of the Jesus Chapel have been preserved, and the rest of the Chapel restored in the same style. It now gives a very good illustration of the original...
Page 426 - ... the wall! THE CHILDREN If ye climb by the twisted oak That grows in the garden there, (There's a limb that ye all may grip, If ye dare the risk of a slip, And the toll of a tattered cloak, And a snarl of twigs in your hair) Ye may win, if ye do not fall, To the top of the garden wall. Over, O over the garden wall, Out to the beckoning road — Looping away where the mountains call, Stooping to play where the valleys fall, Down to the shore of a sunlit sea Flashes the beckoning road — O to be...
Page 427 - Ware ! There's a light on the weed-flung beach — Off — beat off — swing wide ! For the ghost-glow flares on the breakers' crests In the gay surf-wash overside. Off — beat off — ye've the plague to praise And the beacon of Dead Man's Light — Aye, thank your gods that they burned a corpse From the cholera-camp this night ! 'Ware ! There's a light on the foam-ringed beach — Out — swing out — to the sea ! And thank your gods for the on-shore wind That keeps ye fever- free ; The wind...
Page 428 - ... my wealth of years Like a young traveler, gay at careless inns— See how the wine-stain whitens 'neath the tears My burden wins! And wilt thou know me, Love, with bended back, Or wilt thou scorn me, in so drear a guise? I have a wealth of sorrows in my pack, One lonely prize— Thy dream—and dross of sin.
Page 419 - His mind, like his body at sound of an alarm clock, has gone through the first agony of awakening, to be at once grasped and tormented by a passion for reforming. The awakening, to be sure, gives a faint ray of hope, like a child's first teeth, in promising something better — after this stormy passion has passed. Our own great Dink, surely graduated from New Haven by this time, we like to think, has either achieved disA MORNING VISTA IN THE SPRING cretion, or death.
Page 421 - Yale type," over which gushing school girls gently rave. Nobody ever describes this precious type; but everybody knows that it wears correct clothing, and has faultless manners and morals. It smiles discreetly, and silently ; and sometimes it has tremendous dumb energy. Of this type, there are hundreds, with no more variation than the eggs of a hen. It is perfectly good ; but it is offensive in being utterly inoffensive.
Page 241 - June 10, 1899, and spent most of his life in New York City. He was a partner in the firm of Hunter, Walton & Company.
Page 190 - In college he was a member of the Freshman, Apollo and University glee clubs, and was a member of He Boule, Alpha Delta Phi and Wolf's Head societies.

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