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Marjorie Dean, College Sophomore

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Author: Pauline Lester
Published: 1922
Language: English
Wordcount: 61,413 / 179 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.4
LoC Category: PZ
Series: Marjorie Dean
Downloads: 450
Added to site: 2007.07.15 17645


"I've always loved the campus, Leila," she began. "I call it my first friend and the chimes my second. Those two things meant the most to me when first we came to Hamilton and felt so out of the college picture. Just now I happened to recall a verse of a song we used to sing in school. It is a hymn to the forest, but it describes Hamilton campus and all the college itself should stand for." Marjorie repeated the verse, her eyes on the rolling emerald spread:

"Who rightly scans thy beauty, a world of truth must read; Of life and hope and duty; our help in time of need. And I have read them often, those words so true and clear, What heart that would not soften, thy wisdom to revere."



The Lookouts' plan to entertain their friends at either Baretti's or the Colonial on their first evening at Hamilton was over-ruled by Leila and Vera. As Hortense Barlow, Robina Page and P



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