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Eight now I have had in succession.

And she moves like a ship on the sea.

Oh! well for the lucky boy.
Who is with the queen of the ball ;

Oh ! well for the hapless stag,
Who, languishing, leans on the wall.

The stately dames go on
With breakers lined behind ;

But, oh ! for the touch on my shoulder
of one
Plenty ahead but none behind.

Break ! break ! break !
No escape can I see;



A Freshman — very green was he.

In social ethics lacking;
Bet he could kiss just any girl.

And he had lots of backing.

And so they took him out one night
To see the College Widow,

Who was very shy and debonair,

When the Freshman tried to kid her.

He thought of all the coin he bet,

He knew he couldn't miss ;
For she seemed not unwilling

To let him have the kiss.

Rut though he tried with all his might.
And seemingly went daft,



But "Home, Sweet Home" is bound to He saw his chances slip away,

For the widow only laughed.



come,
And bring sweet joy to me.



"You dear, little boy," she said to him,
"You really ought to know.

Your father tried this very game —
Just twenty years ago."



DESICCATED ARISTOCBATS
ANNUAL MEETING



Excellent Papers Read and Important
Business Discussed.



The Lexington Society of Desiccated
Aristocrats held its annual meeting on
last Tuesday evening at eight o'clock
at "Mosstop," the ancestral home of
Mrs. Pedigree Snob, the president of
the organization. The ancient house,
with its quaint air of old age and gen-
eral decay, was tastefully decorated
with the many ancestral trophies of
the hostess' family, conscipuous among
these being the bullet which struck the
hostess' grandfather. General Bigmut,
in the seat of his trousers, as he left
the field at the Battle of Bull Sling.
This was proudly displayed by Mrs.
Snob, and was the subject of much
comment.

The meeting was called to order in
the room made famous by General
Stuckup Bigstiff, when he had a severe
case of nose bleed there after his long
run from the field at the Battle of
Jacktown. The blood spots are still
preserved in their original state, and are
the mecca of many pilgrims yearly.

The first thing on the program was
a paper entitled "The Menial Plebeian,"
by Mrs. G. Ime Itt, whose mother's
cousin's husband's great uncle, the noted
Doctor Fathead Pillpop, gave Washing-
ton a dose of Fahrney's Teething Syrup
just after he had bitten the neck off of
a large beer bottle. Mrs. Itt handled
her subject in a masterly and truly aris-
tocratic manner.

Mrs. Anne Cestor Hightop came next
with a learned dissertation on "How
My Grandfather Caught the Toothache."
In this paper she showed a marvelous
knowledge of local historical lore, and
deeply impressed her hearers with the
gallantry of her ancestor, who, it will be
remembered, exposed himself to this
dreadful malady by lying all night in a
swamp, chasing "will o' the wisps" with
which to light Jackson's pipe when
the matches ran out.

Another most enjoyable paper was
"Who's Who and Why," by Mrs. Big-
gun Wholecheese. It will be remem-
bered that her grandfather. Captain
Breakenrun Faster, sprained his great
toe at the Battle of Seven Kegs, and
suffered untold agony for many months
as a result of the unfortunate accident.

These papers and several minor de-
tails having been disposed of the meet-
ing went into a business session. The
chief business of the evening was a
classification of Lexington society. This.
it was demonstrated by Mrs. Little
[continued on pace 10]



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THE RANK-BUM FIE



DESICCATED ARISTOCRATS HOLD
ANNUAL MEETING

[continued krom page 9]
Purse Muchblood. is absolutely neces-
sary for the successful maintenance of
the" social exclusiveness of the Desic
cated Aristocrats She pointed out that
if some social Hues were not drawn it
would be possible for the vulgar second
class, cr honest workers and students, to
eventually attain social equality with
the Aristocrats The following
distinctions were therefore made:

I'irst — Those eligible to serial recog
nition by the Aristocrats This class
shall be composed only of those who
possess a good and sufficient family tree.
Not less than one of their ancestors
must have had at least a case of nose
bleed in defense of his country.

The "Ancestral Home" shall be in a
state of aristocratic decay. The greater
the decay, the greater shall be the social
prestige of the individual.

The ('<>at of Arms must be of a good
and sufficient model and design.

The individual must abstain from all
forms of profitable employment and
shall at no time have in his possession
a sum exceeding thirty cents

The blood of the individual shall,
upon chemical analysis, show nol less
than 99 9-10 per cent Blue.

Second Class — This class shall be com-
posed of all who are engaged in honest
and profitable employment and of that
unspeakable species of Genus Homo
known as students. This class shall in
no wise and under no circumstances re-
ceive social recognition by the First
( llass

Third Class — These shall be the ne-
groes and poor white trash, both of
which are. of course, unmentionable in
polite society, i. e.. the hirst Class

The Fourth Class is termed the in-
tellectual class. These, however, are
so greatly in the minority that they need
hardly be mentioned.

These matters having been disposed of
delightful refreshments were served
upon the magnificent pewter service
madi of the bullets that failed to catch
General Bigmut as he left the field at
Bull Sling.

The meeting then adjourned until
next year, at which time the establish-
ment of a Lexington Peerage will be
ci msidered.

B. & O. K A I LROAD



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EVERYBODY

BUMS at McCRUM'S

CREDIT GIVEN ON ALL SMOKER'S SUPPLIES EXCEPT

PIPES, CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND ALL

GRADES OF TOBACCO

Matches Will Sell for One Cent a Box This Week

CHECKS FREELY CASHED

SOME GOOD REASONS WHY YOU
SHOULD PATRONIZE THE

Students' Co-operative Book Store

Nice chairs and benches to lounge in.

Anything you want charged.

Convenient location — we pay no rent.

Headquarters for fraternity jewelers and haberdashers.

Coins furnished for matching for chocolate, gum, etc.

Come In and Help Yourself, For You Are Helping
Your Fellow-Students

COME AND SPEND A PLEASANT HOUR AT

THE NEW LYRIC



EXCELLENT PICTURES—REFINED ENTERTAIN MENTS—
MERELY FOR SENTIMENT ONLY

UCrtih'fi Haufcrmlli.

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UNIVERSITY COMMONS



J. G. RISHOK

ON THE >- \Mli S



THE COMMONS is conducted in co-operation
with W. & L. University exclusively for students,
entirely new, all modern improvements. We
make eating a pleasure instead of a necessity.
We serve everything good to eat.

ASK OUR PATRONS



JAMES G. RISHOR



Washington and Lee University Students

I THANK YOU FOR PAST FAVORS
I WANT YOUR BUSINESS

I sell Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Caps. Cents' Furnishings,
Trunks, Dress Suit Cases. I make Suits and Pants to
Order. Prices reasonable. Fits guaranteed. Try Me.
Agent for Ralston and Fellowcraft Shoes, and
Howard & Foster Shoes, i;- , v I Rent Dress Suits.
I tickle you with ads; tickle me with your patronage.
Respectfully.



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Athletic Outfitters



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LEXINGTON ::: VIRGINIA




LECTURE NOTES

Students will find Moore's Me pen for jotting
down lecture notes and for use in classroom.

Carry it any way in pocltft or bag. right aide up or
upside down. It won't leak. And when you are
ready to write, it will start with the first stroke.

Gel Moore's and perfect satisfaction. If your dealer
dors not carry Moore'e, send us his name and address,
together with yours, and we will see that you have an

assortment to choose frcm.

Prices $2.50. $3.50 and up.

ADAMS. GUSHING & FOSTER

H.s Devonshire Si., Boston, Mass.

Selling Agents for AMERICAN FOUNTAIN PEN CO.



This Catalogue Should Be In The

Hands of Every One Interested

in Athletic Sport

Mailed Fret



Experienced users agree
that Wright & Ditson arti
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designed and made by men
who are experts, and who
know how to use the goods
themselves.

Complete equipment for
Lawn Tennis, Baseball.
Golf, C ticket. Track and
Field Sports. Basket-ball,
Football and Lawn Games.

Wright & Ditson Lawn
Tennis Guide. 10 Cents.

Wright t \: Ditson Base
ball Guide. 10 Cents.



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WRIGHT & DITSON

344 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.

NEW YORK CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO

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The lnter< < illi gi ite Bureau ol
V :, Costume

COTRELL & LEONARD

MAKERS OF

CAPS, GOWNS AND
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We carry a full line of Gents' Furnishings,

Shoes, Hats, Suit Cases. Etc

WE SOLICIT THE STUDENT PATRONAGE

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Dry <£>oot)S, f>ottons, Groceries
Boots ant) «1)ors

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Fountain Pens

Stationery

Whitman's Celebrated Candj

Chapin-Sachs Ice Cream

Soda Water

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Barber

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Manufatlurer of

Greek Letter

Fraternity Jewelry

Memorandum Packa K e Sent to

Any Fraternity Member

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Special Designs and Estimates Furnished on Class Pins,
Rings. Medals for Athletic Meets, Etc.

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who set the type, engrave the plates,
print and bind the long list of high-
class " College Annuals ", View Booklets, Cata-
logues, and general firsT; quality commercial
printing that is continually passing through our
plant.

This craftsmanship, our efficient office force,
and an Art Department of experienced design-
ers, make a complete organization which posi-
tively assures our patrons of gratifying results.



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STATIONERS,




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Company



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WE ADVERTISE. WE WANT YOU TO PATRONIZE
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Open Day and Night Meals Cooked to Order

European Plan Quick and Clean Service

Lexington

Restaurant

$3.50 Meal Tickets Reduced to $3.00



Courteous Treatment WADE MASTERS

Satisfaction Guaranteed Proprietor



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COLLEGE STATIONERY

Specialties

DIE STAMPED BOX PAPER AND TABLETS

WRITE US FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES



Printers and Manufacturing
Stationers



THE McCLURE COMPANY. INC.

Staunton. Virginia



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WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER



LEXINGTON HOTEL BUILDING



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FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS ^'^^"S

WRIGHT, KAY & COMPANY BUILDING

2(17-211 WOODWARD AVENUE



HANK OF ROCKBRIDGE

Capital, $65,000 Surplus, $40,000



OFFICERS

PAUL M. PENICK. President S O. CAMPBELL, Cashier

W. C. STl'AKT. We 1'iv-idi-nt A. I. WADE. Assistant Cashier

J. T. McCRUM, Bookkeeper



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from 31 States Terms MODERATE Pupils
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No. Twelve Mam Street, LEXINGTON, VA.




Lilley Uniforms

Skilled military tailors
make them toyour indi-
vidual order and measure.
and a perfect fit isguar-
anteed The highest
quality of selected ma-
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the manufacture of our
uniforms ; the linings
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all minutely tested and
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of construction, and
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ROANOKE, VA.



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31 Campbell Avenue

Make Our Store Your
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ROANOKE, VIRGINIA



Warfield Bayley

Motor Co.

Repairing, Storage

Accessories

AGENCY :

OVERLAND MOTORETTE

CARS FOR HIRE

Special Rates to
Students



424 MAIN ST., PHONE 2424
LYNCHBURG, VA.



Shenandoah
Hotel

European Plan

W. T. BARBOl'K
Manager

Roanoke's New Hotel
An up-to-date Restau-
rant in connection with
the Hotel Rales: Rooms
$1.00; Rooms with bath
$1.50 and $2.00. See
tin big electric sign

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FURNISHINGS

HATS and SHOES

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BATES-STREET AND EARL & WILSON SHIRTS

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LEXINGTON, VA.



ESTABLISHED I8ia



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™™ GES OUR YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING

DURABLE MATERIALS, EXCLUSIVE
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LEXINGTON, VA.

Covers all important news of Washington and Lee University, the Virginia
Military Institute, the Town of Lexington and the County of Rockbridge. Published
every Thursday.

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Sold Direct from Factory to the Home. Write for Catalog and Prices
Special Prices to Fraternities

CHAS. M. STIEFF

BRANCH FACTORY WAREROOMS: 716 Main St., LYNCHBURG, VA.

C. W. WHITMORE, Manager



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E. A. WRIGHT

College Engraver, Printer
and Stationer



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Commencement Invitations, Dance Invitations and Programs, Menus,

Fraternity Inserts and Stationery, Class Pins, Visiting

Cards, Wedding Announcements

and Invitations



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Everett Waddey Company

RICHMOND. VIRGINIA

The largest engraving establishment in the South. Established more than a
quarter of a Century

Calling Cards, Wedding ami Society Invitations, Menus, Dance
Programmes mid Fraternity Stationery

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223 PARK AVENUE BALTIMORE, MD.



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W. C. STUART

University
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COLLEGIATE DISCOUNT



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