Image from page 147 of "The Phoenix" (1908)
Title: The Phoenix
Authors: Cumberland Univ.
Publisher: Cumberland University
Contributing Library: Cumberland University, Vise Library
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Seminary We are loyal sons of the great Lone Star State and are proud ofour heritage. We conscientiously believe that Texas is the greateststate in the Union. With an area of 265,785 square miles, and a dis-tance of more than 800 miles from its eastern to its western border,and of nearly 800 miles from its northern boundary to the Gulf, itcould easily hold in its lap a half dozen ordinary states. It has allkinds of coimtry and all kinds of people. Thirteen are we, and although unlucky from number we seem.If tested, we will prove to be the pure cream.There is Robinson R. E.—Remarkable SlfAnd Hodges J. S.—Slim Jimmy himself.There is Means J. T.—June (Two) lips so sweet,And Baker W. H.—Wonderful Head, hard to beat.There is Hines C. C.—The Cunning Craftsman,And Taylor B. G. -The Bundle of Goodman.Dr. Bone W. P.—Wise Procurator, you know,And Bullock C. C.—Coming Clerg\^man so slow.There is Woodard J. H.—Staunch Jay Hawker, so brave,And Ashburn J. O.—the Jogger On so knave
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