T. Haviland Hicks Senior By J. Raymond Elderdice Pdf

T. Haviland Hicks Senior By J. Raymond Elderdice Pdf

Download T. Haviland Hicks Senior By J. Raymond Elderdice Pdf book free online – from T. Haviland Hicks Senior By J. Raymond Elderdice Pdf book; “Well, you know,” grinned the Phillyloo Bird, his cadaverous structure humped over like a turkey on the roost,

“our Hicks hath sallied forth on the trail of a fullback, a Hercules who will smash the other elevens to infinitesimal smithereens! He told the squad to just leave it to Hicks, so don’t be surprised if he is making flying trips to Yale, Harvard, and Princeton, striving to corral some embryo Ted Coy. Remember how Hicks often fulfills his rash prophecies!”

“A Herculean fullback—Bah!” fleered Butch, for all the campus knew of T. Haviland Hicks, Jr.‘s, extremely rash vow to unearth a “phenom.” “The truth of it is, fellows. Hicks has failed to locate such a wonder as Coach Corridac outlined, for there ain’t no such animal! He doesn’t like to come back to Bannister without having made good his promise, without that Gargantuan giant he vowed to round up for the Gold and Green.” T. Haviland Hicks Senior By J. Raymond Elderdice Pdf

Just then, as if to substantiate Butch’s jeering statement, a youth wearing the uniform and cap of The Western Union Telegraph Company and advancing across the campus at that terrific speed always exhibited by messenger-boys, appeared in the offing. Periscoping the four Seniors on the fence, he navigated his course accordingly and pulling a yellow envelope from his cap, he queried, in charmingly chaste English:

“Say, kin youse tell me where to find a feller name o’ Brewster, wot’s cap’n o’ de football bunch?”

“Right here, Little Nemo,” advised the Phillyloo Bird, solemnly. “Hast thou any messages from New York for me? John D. Rockefeller promised to wire me whether or not to purchase war-stocks.” T. Haviland Hicks Senior By J. Raymond Elderdice Pdf

The Phillyloo Bird, at this stage of his monologue, was interrupted by a yell that would have caused a full-blooded Choctaw Indian to turn pale. This came from good Butch Brewster, who, having signed for the message, and imagined all manner of catastrophes, from world-wars, earthquakes, pestilence and loss of wealth, down to bad news from Hicks, after the fashion 

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