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."PEACH OF A PUNCH."
Synopsis.-with his grandfather,
small Itansey Millholland is watch
ing the "Decoration Day Parade"
in the home town. The old gentle
man, a veteran of the Civil war,
endeavors to impress the young
ster with the significance of the
great "ontlict, aild many years aft.
erward the boy was to remember
his words with startling vividness.
In the schoolroom, a few years
afterward, llamsey is not distin
guished for remarkable ability,
though his pronounced dislikes are
arittimetic, "Itecitations" and Ger
moan. In sharp contrast to llam
sey's backwardness is the precocity
of little Dora Yocum, a young lady
whom in his bitterness he dtenomi
nates "'teacher's Pet." In high
school, where he and Dora are
cla.smates, Ransey contintues to
feel that the girl deliglts to mani
fest her superiority, and the vin
dlictiveness he generates becomes
alarming, culminating in the reso
lution that some day he will
"show" her. At a class picnic Ram
sey is captured bag and baggage
by Milla Itust, the class beauty,
and endures the agonies of his first
love. Raunsey's parents object to
Milla and wish he'd taken up with
Dora Yoenm. Ramsey kisses Milla.
'Tien Mlila suddenly leaves towni.
She marries. iamsey enters the
state university and there Is Dora
'ocum a:ain. itamsey meets Dora
in a World War del ate and is in
IlIe was so right, in regard to his ow
performncite, at least, that, tlereupo
drying up utterly, he proceeded t
stod, a spleerhless figure in the tids
of a multitudinous silence, for an etei
nity lasting forty-five seconds. He until
a racking effort, and at the end of thi
epoch found words again. "In nakini
my argument in this debate, I woul
"'T'wo miites!" said the chairmat
"Refutation by the negative. Miss T
Yocum. Two minutes."
"I waive them," said Dora, primly
"I submit that the aillrmative has nc
refited the argument of the negative.
"Very well." With his gavel th
chitIrman sharply tapped the desk be
fore him. "The question is now be
fore the house. 'Itesolved, that GeT
many is both morally and legally justi
tied in her invasion of Belgium.' Al
those in favor of the-"
But here there was an interruptio
of a kind never before wi'tnessed durn
lng iany proceetdings of the Ltumen se
eiety. it came from neither of the de
haters. whot at Ill renmained standing a
their desks unt ii the vote settlinig thel
compartiv e merits in aiirgumteni
should he taike'n. Tihie interrupt ioi
was from thle r'earI row oft seats alionj
the wvalI, wthere sat new mieml~brs (I
the soviet y, freshmen not upon t hi
prlogrl'am of the evening. A loind nasaa
voie.ws~ hteard from thIs qua11riter,.
1loud ii bu nltI volice,su shil ias wvel I
naisati. a111 full of a strn ge hot pias
sion1. "Mir. (hirmn i!" it c'ried. "Look
a-here, Mir. ChiIrman ! Mr. ChItrmno
I denmand to be heard ! \Yotu gottat gim
me my say, Mir. Chaiirmian ! I'mt a
gutima have tmy say ! You look-a-herE
Mr. Chairman !"
Shocked by such a bireachi of or'em
and by the unseemly violence of thm
speaker, not only the chairmatn hu
everyone else looked there. A short
strong figure was on its feet, gestict:
latting fiercely ; and the hdad belongin
to it was a large one with too0 muel
cuirly black hair, a flat swarthy fact
shiny and not immaculately shaven
there wvas an linpression of lill-chose
clothes, too much fat r'ed lip), too moe
tooth, too much eyeball. Fred Mitche
reognlzed this violent Interrupter ia
onie ILinski, a fellowv freshman wvho an
next himi In onie of lisa classes. "What
that cuss up to?" Fred wounde'red, an
se did others. Linski shiowedh them.
Hie pr'essedl forward, shoving himnsel
through the twvo rows In front of htt
111lllie emer~igedi upon thle green~ 'i arile
of t he open space, and1( as he cam tie, hi
wats eycloic with itwordis.
"You dlon't putt no suceh atuf tiais ti
over, I tell you !" he .shouted in hi
hot, nasal voice. ~'IThils here's it fre
('ounitry, anld you coil your'self ai di
batinog society, do you? Lemmue tel
you I belong to a deblatinig socetey I
Chicago, where I conme from, and the:
fellas up there, they'd think they'
oughta be shot fer it fake like who
you peopie aire tryin' to put over, hert
tonight. I come down hiei'e to gli somi
miore education, antd pay fer it, tot
in good hard money I've made~ sweathi
in a matchilne shop up therte in Ch
('ago; but if this Is the kind- of educt
tion I'mi a-gunna git, I better go o
back there. You call this a square dht
bate, do you?"
lHe advanced toward the chairmnatn
piatformu, shiaking a frantic fist. "WVel
if you do, you got another thin
'omin', my capitalis' frien' I You wet
anid give out the question wvhether' it
right fer Chtoimany to go through B~e
giutm; and what do you do fer' ti1
Choitmun side? You pick out this he,
big stiff"-+ "aved his passional
illustraftons by ,e
lWrINK v yerd
erightby Doubleday, Page & Compay.
hand at the paralyzed Ramsey-*"yoi
pick out a boob like that fer the Che
mun side, a poor fish that gits stage
fright so bpd he don't know whethe
he's talkin' or dead; or else he fake
it ; because lie's a speaker so burn I
looks more to me like he was faking
You git this big stiff to fake the Chol
mtun side, and then you go and sticl
up a gull agains' him that's got brain
and makes a paclils' argument tha
wins the case agains' the (Cholmun
like cuttin' through hog lard 1 Bu
you ain't a-gunna git away with it
mister. Leminoe tell you right her
and now, I may be a mix blood, but
got some Choltitn in me with the res
what I got, and before you vote of
this here question you gotta hear I
few wolds from somebody that ci
talk ! This whole war is a cnpital
war, Belgium as much as Choituny
and the United States is sellit' its sou
to the capitalls' right now, I tell you
l akin' sides agnius' (holnuny. Order
t'er exl~iosies and amrnanition an
guns an(d Red Cross supplies is comair
Iito this entutry by the tuillions. any
the captialis' United States is fat al
ready on the blood of the workers o
Erurope: Yes, It is, a1(1 I'll ha ye m;
say, you boorjtw faker, amnid you ea
hiarner your ole gavel to pieces ia
lie hd begun to shriek; moistur
fell l'rom his brow and his mouth ith
scaniii zed sotel'ty was on its feel
ntoving nervously into groups. lEvI
dently the neetling was nlourt to dir
l ~ A 'I
" av M
Hnegae "M'y Say!" me snzlt
ftrt~enl inskli s'ernmed. "You tr
to Pitt up this enpitallis' trick anid war
a fake to carry over I his detet& agaiit
,Chrottriinny, hut you' enn't work It o
rite, Ictnitne t eli you ! ill hrave tmy say!
- Thie outraged chra Irmtan was wholi
-at a loss hiowu to deal with the "rug
,it, quite trurthfully ;andi he continue.
a to pound upon the des5k, wille othre
t elamors began to rival Linrski's; shrout
of "Put him out !" "Order !" "Shtu
-up, Freshman !" "Turn lunm overt
E the sophotmores !"
3 "This meeting Is adjIourrned !" he
,lowedi the chrairmaon, andii titere wuas
;thronging toward tire (doors, while tih
I tn-gonna git rmy sary, I tell you ! I
I have toy say ! FIll have my say !"
s lie had tmore thtan that, before thr
t hour was over. A momuen t a fter Ih
S einerged fromr tihe building and enm
I out, still hot, urpon thre cool, (lot'
carmpurs, he foutnd hi ime thIIe (elnte
f of a group of his own clnsstmate'
Swhom lie at first mnistookc for sophc
tirores, sur'h was the(ir rir itanner.
...As tis gtrup brtoke up a fi.,
minurt es latter, a yothI runtnbig to joli
S it, scetin g sotmewhrtat' fIlnrest, di
5 tined(' otne of those5 who were'~ dep'riti
"WVhat's uip? W~hat was thait squten
'a "Oh, nothIing. WVe jurst talked t
IItiat Inski. Nobody else touchIedI hir
Ibitt Itamnsey Miiholland guave imto
ipeach of a punc'h 0n tire sno(C."
e Ramsey was laeouic in response t
~Iinquirie's urpon this subjec(t. W~hei
sotme one remarked: "You served hir
'right for nalig you a booh and a poo
fish and( so on b'efore all thre society
fl girls 011( all," flamnseyv only said:
"Tlhart wansn't wvhat I hit himI for."
lie dieclitned to explain further.
*t "The~ wary I look at It, Itamsey,
5 Fred Mitchell said, when they reache<
I- their apartment, wvhither a benevolen
e seunior, Colburnt, atecompIanriled t hepi
e "the way I look at it, tis Litaskl kiti
e of paid yoran nllntmnn,. atra
when he cnJled you a fake, ie "num
have thought you anyway looked as it
you could make a better speech than
you did. Oh, golly 1"
And as Ramsey groaned, the jovial
Mitchell gave himself up to the divan
and the mirth. "Oh, oh, oh, golly 1" he
"Never you mind, Brother Milhol=
land," Colburn said gently. "The Lu.
men is used to nervous beginners. I've
seen dozens in my time, just like you;
and some of 'em got to be first rate
before they quit. Besides, this crazy
Linski is all that anybody'll ever re
member about tonight's meeting any
how. There never was any. such out
break as that in my time, and I guess
there never was in the whole history
of the society. We'll probably suspend
him until he apologizes to the society
-I'm on the board, and I'm In favor
of it. Who is the bird, anyhow? He's
in your class."
"I never saw him before," Ramsey
responded from the deep chair, where
he had moodily thrown himself ; and,
r returning to his brooding upon his ora
a tory, "Oh, murder I" he monned.
t "Well," said the senior, "you'll
know him when you see him again.
- You put your mark on him where you
c can see it. all right !" le chuckled.
"I suppose I really ought to have In
t terfered in that, but I decided to do a
little astronomial observation, about
t fifty feet away, for a few minutes. I'm
'way behind in my astronomy, any
a how. Do you know this Linski, Broth
I er Mitchell?"
t "I've talked to him a couple o' times
on the campus," said Fred. "He's in
one of my classes. He's about the
oldest in our class, I guess-t lot older
than us, anyhow. lie's kind of an nn
arehist or something; can't talk more'n
five minutes any time without gettin'
off some hug stuff about 'cnpitalism.'
s lie said the course in political econo
my was all 'eapitalism' and the prof
was bought by Wall Street."
"Poor old l'rof. Craig !" Colburn
laughed. "lie gets fifteen hundred a
"Yes; I'd heard that myself, and I
told .insti, and he sai he had an tin
('le workin' ini a steel mlii got twice
that much. but it didn't make any dif
ference, ole Craig was bought by Wall
Street. lie said ''apitalism' better look
out; he and the foreign-born workmen
were goin' to take this country some
(lay, and that was one of the reasons
he was after an eduention. ie talked
pretty strong pro-(Gernatn, too-about
the war in Europe-but I sort of
thought that was imore because he'd
be pro-anything that he thought would
help upset the United States than be.
cause he eared much about Germany."
"Yes." said Colburn, "that's how lie
sounded tonight. I guess there's Iplen
ty more like him in the cities, too.
That reminds rme : I'd better arrange a
debate on immigration for the Lumen.
We'll put Brother Milhollaui for the
negative, this tite."
Ramsey started violently. "See
But the senior retasstured him. "Just
wanted to see you Jiump." he explained.
"Don't fear ; you've done your share."
"I should think I have !" Ramsey
"Yes; you won't he enlled on ngnln
this term. By the way," saId Colburn,
thoughtfully, "thIat was a ('leve'r girl
you 11( hadgaInst yotu tonlIht. I dlon't
belIeve in piaeltlsm muchb, myself, but
she used it ver'y nift 11y for her argu-.
ment. Isn't 'she from your town, thIs
"Well, she's. a clever younig thIng,"
said1 the senIior, still thoughtful. And
c ihe addl(ed :"Graceful girl, shte is."
At this, thle rootmmtates looked at
hhi itthili stamrtied tattent Ion. Ramsey
I.was so, rroused ats to forget his t roublles
and1( sit forward in hIs cha Ir.
"Yes, said thle mtusinig Colburn,
"she's a milghty' pretty girl."
" 'What !"
''Tis exclamnation was a simuitane
ous one ; tpe astouinded' pair stared at
lhau iti blan1k incredulIty.
I "Whyli, doni't you thlik so?" Colhurn
rmiildly InquIred. "She seems to mue
svery unusual lookIng."
t "Wllyes," F'redl assenited, emphat
leantly. "We're with y'ou there I"
"Ext raorin ary eyes," continued Col
burn. "Lovely figure, too; altogether a
strikingly pretty girl. Handsome, I
e shudsypras Yes, 'handsome'
rather tan 'pretty'." lie looked uip
from a brtief reverie. "You fellow,
known her long?"
"You bet !" said Ramsey..
"Shte matde a splendid impression on
the Lumen," Colburin wvent (in. "I
k(don't rmeembher thant I ever saw a first
. uppear'anice theme thatt quite e'qualed( it.
She'll plrobably huave a brIlliant enreer
.nthsoc'iety', and In the university,
too. She must lie a very flne sort of a
. person." lie delibei'ated wIthin hint
self a few momients longer, then,
rettlizling that his hosts and brethretn
did( not1 resp~ondl with any heart iness
or wuithi anything at nl--to the thenie,
he chaniged it. and asked theni what
thei(y thought aibout the wair in Europe.
Th'ley talked of the war drowsily fpr~ a
while ; it was an interesting but not an
exciting topic: the thiing they spoke of
was so far away. After a few moments
of fervor, thte conversatilon Inanguished,
and Brother Coihurn rose to go.
Vtheir d-o kaoer!
(TO BIC CONTINUItD.)
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