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Stran 106 - Life is a narrow vale between the cold and barren peaks of two eternities. We strive in vain to look beyond the heights. We cry aloud, and the only answer is the echo of our wailing cry. From the voiceless lips of the unreplying dead there comes no word ; but in the night of death hope sees a star and listening love can hear the rustle of a wing. He who sleeps here, when dying, mistaking the approach of death for the return of health, whispered with his latest breath, "I am better now.
Stran 96 - ... sustenance to both brain and body. Dr. E. Cornell Esten, Philadelphia, Pa., says : "I have met with the greatest and most satisfactory results in dyspepsia and general derangement of the cerebral and nervous systems, causing debility and exhaustion.
Stran 259 - Nor does it contemplate a dividing line, drawn at graduation, after which its burden is lessened. Its manifestation is not for the undergraduate alone, but for all time it is sought to have the expression of fraternal interest. Time removes the member from the field which gives frequent opportunity for such expression of his interest, but, none the less, when the opportunities are offered, should it be lacking.
Stran 208 - The greatest fault in many of our labels is the use of too small type. It is a waste of time to write and print a label and then place it where it can be read with difficulty.
Stran 104 - ... thou buildest upon the bosom of darkness, out of the fantastic imagery of the brain, cities and temples, beyond the art of Phidias and Praxiteles — beyond the splendours of Babylon and Hekatompylos; and from the "anarchy of dreaming sleep...
Stran 163 - This work, first published in 1879, is the recognized authority on all matters concerning the system of fraternal organizations existing in the colleges and universities of the United States. It contains : a chapter on the features common to the majority of the fraternities ; a full account of the General, Local, Ladies', Professional and Honorary Fraternities.
Stran 261 - From the invitation to its acceptance he is supposed to have investigated — not so much the question of whether the fraternity system is based upon sound principles and embody good teachings — for the college man seldom debates this — but he seeks to decide whether the companionship offered him by this invitation will meet his desires for congeniality and prove helpful to him in social, scholastic and moral ways. We say that this is the question that every man must decide for himself, ere he...
Stran 153 - ... pertinent than Theosophy or Egyptology. 6. That all communications be written in such form that the services of an expert hieroglyphist be not required to elucidate their meaning. 7. That the constitution be read, pondered and inwardly digested, and their lives ordered thereby. 8. That no communications be sent written upon more than one side of the paper. 9. That requests for money be regarded seriously and not as humorous editorial effervescence. 10. That they forgive the editor her shortcomings...