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That Inaugural.

A DUET. "Is it not very sad," said the 'Times,' " That these students will warble their rhymes At their ovn And sing their ti-oiials, Which we don't admire !" said the 'Times.' " It is verv bad," said the Stab, " How bad undergraduates are! In ways so unkind And so unrefiued To make themselves heard," said the Star. " f'll tell you all what," said the 'Times,' " If you keep on a-singing your rhymes, You'll very soon find That we won't be so kind As we've been hitherto," said the 'Times. "And just listen here," said the Stab—"Do you know what you undergrade are? You're a pack of bad boyß, Dons at makirjg a noise, Not good for much else," said the Stab. " Now a word of advice," said the • Times': " You'a best put a stop to these rhymes; We're not Buch a fool As to keep you at school Just to have little games," said the ' Times.' " And I would remark." said the BTAB, " That this thing has been going too far ; Now you're under our frown, And you'd best knuckle down, \ And say you'll be good," said the Stab. " Yes, do be good boys," said the 'Times,' " Don't sing any more of your rhymes ; At next Inaugural Dont give us ti-ooral, And we'll let you off," said the * Times.' (sotto VOCE.) " But if we're hwd up," said the Stab, " If we're very hard up for a par, Then don't you mind us, We won't be the wubs, For a jolly good row," faid the St »B. "For you see, said the 'Times' and the Stab, "When a paper's hard up for a par, It really enjoys A bit of a noise— Do you see ! " said the ' Times and the STAB. —' University Review.'

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That Inaugural., Issue 7934, 15 June 1889, Supplement

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That Inaugural. Issue 7934, 15 June 1889, Supplement

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