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A EVERY boy should be proud of public occasions and ever be a  
  being a student of "The living example of what the State Q _
“_ Kentucky State College." Here of Kentucky is doing for her ?_
  he has opportunities at no other sons. But all this is not the  
A ‘ place offered and should feel test of a student’s patriotism.  
sg that he is indeed "heir of all "By their fruits ye shall know  
1 the ages" of the best and truest them." He should help in i
it that "The Grand Old Common- every laudable undertaking. No  
y wealth can o{fer." boy ever lost anything by being. T,
—‘ This isabeautiful place. The liberal. He helps the Athletic `  
I State College is the prettiest Association BY ervmo MONEY 0
_ place in Kentucky. The writer when needed; he should aid the
  knows whereof he speaks. Every Y. M. C. A. in the same and
,.1 pilgrim on his journey to this other ways. He should be a
  land of struggle and beauteous broad-minded, liberal fellow, a . i
  · romance should always visit this true college man. ,
  place where the brawn and Henry Grady, that grand
  brain of Old Kentucky are be· prophet of The New Soutl1,while {
  ing trained for their life work. at his own State school and ‘
  Everyone should feel that his while at the University of Vir- i
  are privileges rare, and know- ginia, always was very popular
  ing, profit by them. His bosom and invariably raised the aver- p _
  should swell With pride when his age of a subscription list,
  college is mentioned. He should Be a generous, whole-souled
  yell lustily for her when she is student and you will be admired
  battling on the gridiron or dia- ...-it’s plgagniqt, iris pi·O5m_b]e and ‘
if mond with great competitors. at last St. Peter will pass you in
  He should wear his colors on with the blessed,  
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