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  1. 141.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 19 March 1924
    ... Me," "The Bridle Path," "Eloquence," "Critics Song," "Two Little Birds," "Girl of My Day Dreams," "Carribean Moon," and "Singing ...
  2. 142.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 5 May 2004
    ... umbrella wings ask the wet asphalt if it's over. (birds have hollow skeletons, Enabling them to fly.) her eyes ...
  3. 143.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 24 October 1908
    STUDY OF AERONAUTICS Flying of Birds Explained
  4. 144.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 17 July 1922
    Rare jungle specimens of live monkeys, birds, insects, turtles, and other tropical discoveries of the Mulford ...
  5. 145.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 2 April 1930
    ... field studies in Zoology, Botany, Geology, Natural History of Birds, and Natural Study, under most favorable conditions as to ...
  6. 146.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 8 October 1915
    AGED NATURE LOVER FEEDS CAMPUS BIRDS
  7. 147.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 22 March 1916
    ... you passed the tiny "park," the chirping of the birds. Individual they were all; but something had taken all ...
  8. 148.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 4 May 1915
    ... water fish. Shooting is fine; all kinds of shore birds are plentiful through the summer, and later in the ...
  9. 149.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 24 October 1916
    ... Chapel. Institute of Arts and Sciences — Lecture on "Birds and Bird Music," Mr. Henry Oldys, 309 Havermeyer Hall; ...
  10. 150.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 December 1916
    ... in Brief for Wartime. 1916. Geikie, Sir Archibald: The Birds of Shakespeare. 1916. Gurard, A. L.: Five Masters of ...
  11. 151.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 21 November 1935
    ... two other students feeding a group of pigeons. The birds must have figured the newcomer an easy "touch," for ...
  12. 152.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 19 March 1903
    ... essay, and one of quite an unusual type, entitled "Birds' Habits and Nest-Building.'" The extempore speakers of the evening ...
  13. 153.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 18 May 1894
    ... find a decent rhyme; The jilting words, like new-fledged birds, Keep fluttering all the time. When for thy cheek ...
  14. 154.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 5 December 1894
    ... talk for hours and hours of the tropic's gaudy birds; His descriptions all are excellent, yet this I must ...
  15. 155.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 17 November 1896
    ... kinds of shots. The match was for thirty clay birds, and was won easily by J. Day Knap, '97, ...
  16. 156.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 14 April 1899
    ... offered to the team killing the greatest number of birds in the two shoots. The score at Princeton is ...
  17. 157.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 6 October 1892
    ... of the new -mown hay, Is caught by the birds in the rustling tree When happiness goes on its ...
  18. 158.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 6 October 1892
    ... quivering, Her finger stole in mine; And then the birds began to sing, The sun began to shine. 111. ...
  19. 159.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 15 February 1883
    ... laughing thro' clouds Of rosy and delicate hue, And birds haste to greet her with songs, And flowers smile ...
  20. 160.
    Columbia Daily Spectator 2 October 2009
    ... 43 "The Gold Bug" author 46 Hedren of The Birds" 47 Family insignia for designer Edith? 50 Clod chopper ...