When o'er my eyes there comes a veil,
And sordid cares begin to pale,
'Tis then I see my dream girl.
By her my rest is gently guiled;
With her my time is gladly whiled—
She is a charm, my dream girl.
She has a wondrous charming style,
With timid glance, entrancing smile—
This maid of dreams, my dream girl.
Her laughing eyes seem made of fun.
Her curling locks with gold seem spun—
An angel is my dream girl.
Her gentle spirit ne'er repels,
Her secret heart she never tells—
This maid of love, my dream girl.
And when my spirit dark may seem,
I'll close my eyes and dream and dream,
And dreaming, see my dream girl.
W. H. BECKHAM.
i. And seeing the students, King James went to his office; and when he
was set, the faculty came unto him:
2. And he opened his mouth, and taught them, saying,
3. Blessed are the poor in purse, for them was the loan fund created.
4. Blessed are they that moyrn for Turner shall mourn with them.
5. Blessed are the meek for Johnson i sthe meekest of all.
6. Blessed are the merciful, for Bonnell is a trump.
7. Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall rise regardlessly.
8. Blessed are the "bootlickers," for they shall inherit the earth.
9. Blessed are they which do "bootlick,"strenuously, for theirs is the king¬
dom of Dickey.
10. Blessed are ye when the boys shall revile you, and shall persecute you
and shall say all manner of things against you rightly for my sake.
12. Rejoice and be exceeding glad, for great is your reward with me;
for so persecuted they the "profs" which were before you.
W. C. COOPER.