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Title: Winning His "W"
A Story of Freshman Year at College


Author: Everett Titsworth Tomlinson

Release Date: May 8, 2005 [eBook #15801]

Language: English

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WINNING HIS "W"

A Story of Freshman Year at College

by

EVERETT T. TOMLINSON

M.A. Donohue & Company
Chicago New York

1904







PREFACE


In this book I have endeavored to relate the story of a boy's early
experiences in college life--a boy who was neither unnaturally good nor
preternaturally bad, wholesome, earnest, impulsive, making just such
mistakes as a normal boy would make, and yet earnest, sincere, and
healthy. We all have known just such boys and are grateful that they are
neither uncommon nor unknown.

Perhaps it may add a little to the interest of this tale if it is stated
that many of the events described in it actually occurred. I have not
tagged a "moral" upon it, for if the story itself shall not bear its own
moral, then the addition will not add to it.

EVERETT T. TOMLINSON.

Elizabeth, New Jersey.




CONTENTS

CHAPTER

I. THE OPENING TERM

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