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Now this was the signal for Ferris to jump up and yell " Leg pull!" in Jeremiah's lace. But he did not do it. Preston, thinking he had forgotten, leaned over and pulled back the sheet, yelling as he did so: " Leg pull !— leg pull! " Some of the crowd joined in, but suddenly stopped. For they saw Preston start back in amazement. Ferris did not jump up. Ferris was not there. There was light enough to see that, instead of a man, one of Professor Newton's papier-mache figures was stretched out upon the bier. " For Heaven's sake! " some one exclaimed in the crowd, which was strangely silent for such a good-sized crowd. Just then a quiet, professional voice was heard to remark : " I am glad to discover the thieves at last, but I had not expected to find upper-classmen descending to such puerile freshman tricks." Professor Newton had edged his way into the centre of the crowd. He was followed by four special policemen from Trenton. "Shall we arrest them, sir?" the sergeant asked. " No, officer; spare them," cried Jeremiah Henderson. "They are only boys—it is merely what they call a leg pull." Then he broke down with laughter, Professor Newton joining in. The crowd turned to Jeremiah in silent amazement. " What did you get us up here for, then?" growled the sergeant. " This don't seem to be a laughing matter." " No," said Jere, " they don't seem to be enjoying it," looking around at the crowd; "but this is the way they get their fun. They'll probably settle your bill—for the enjoyment of their leg pull. Preston, I warned you not to try to deceive me. Billy, I told you you'd stop laughing, but—oh, my! !don't believe I'll ever stop," and again he laughed loud and all alone. The crowd were now beginning to understand. They were explaining to each other. Some of them shouted " leg pull " as they moved away talking about it. But the pall-bearers did not join in. They had found Skinney Ferris, and were demanding an explanation. " Oh, don't get so hot," said Ferris, grinning; " it isn't so much fun to pull one leg as it is to pull several hundred. The old man got on to me the time he stuck me. And we thought it was a shame to spoil the fun for the whole college. You fellows will feel better to-morrow." I may add, however, that Jeremiah profited by the hint contained in their attempt upon him, so that it was just as well, perhaps, that it happened as it did. But it annoyed Preston Brown to be called "the corpse." aces Roosevelt, Harvard '80 By Owen Winter (Corn Wed./ion; Pug< 3) why he should he inferior to those whose condition is less fortunate. I should suppose that education and enlightenment and good bringing-up would be things in his favor, rather than things against him. Nevertheless I will not be so one-sided as to lay the blame of this imbecile prejudice against gentlemen entirely upon the demagogue. I have seen too many gentlemen who thought themselves too good to go into politics. I count among my acquaintances strong, healthy, welldressed, educated men, who would rather sit on the decks of yachts, or drink champagne in London and Paris, than lift a finger for their country. They are of slight credit to their species. No other land that history has yet recorded numbers so many people having both the leisure and the equipment to be of use in the Commonwealth who yet frivolously wash their hands of all concern in their country's welfare. I believe that their numbers are growing less than they were twenty years ago. I think the time is coming"when we shall see such people feel it their duty to help manage the Ship of State. If this hope of mine comes true, it will be partly because Theodore Roosevelt has blazed the trail. As he sits in the White House, let all young college boys think of him as the most wholesome example they have ever seen in their lives. 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