And as we’re thus stationed in this earthly home
We should live for all others, not for ourselves, all alone;
We should try with all might, and with all of our powers
To feel a friend’s pain, as though it were ours;
To nurse him when sick, and to help him in need.
For these are accounted noble men’s deeds.
A noble man’s'soul is just like the sun,
For it leaves this fair earth when its race here is run
As the glorious sun, which sinks in far western skies
But with greater glory in the east to arise.
Est Abditum Conspectu,
MR. S. P. JONES.
R the I hi Kappa Society had pondered from Septe# 3 ’- to
June-had held meetings as extended as those of the rft dy-
DuBignon contest of last spring—and had debated wit 1 ' 11 the
power of its far-famed past, it could not have hit p‘ - n one
more deserving of the position of Anniversarian than'- 16 & ei >-
tleman who will delight the large audience on the 22r of next
that gentleman is Mr. Samuel Percy Jones.
of the Phi Kappa Sociey has been