The Adventures of a Freshman
by Jesse Lynch Williams
Publisher: Charles Scribner's Sons 1899
Number of pages: 202
The first day at college: Hi, there! you big Freshman, take off your hat -- yes, we're talking to you -- take off your hat to the class above you -- stop, don't try to get by, my sober-faced young friend. That would not be nice of you.
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