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MORY has vvanted an annual for several years, but never
until now have our "means jumped with our desires."
While the editors of The Zodiac own to a paternal affection for
this child of their fancy, they recognize its imperfections. We
would remind the reader, however, that this is our only child,
and our experience with babies is small. The literary matter is
in the main original, but in one or two cases we have clipped
from our college paper, The Emory PJicenix. This we were
obliged to do since our literary editors, coming late to their
work, fell behind the business department, and the printer grew
clamorous for copy. Gratefully acknowledging such assistance
as our friends have rendered, Emory hopefully submits The
Zodiac to the charities of a generous public.