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ch cheered me wonderfully and I feel quite nice now.]
At the end of his sophomore year, he resolved to be fourth or fifth scholar, and a month later his diary contained this caution:—
Look out, Higginson, or your resolution, top of page 13, will go to grass! The college term closed on July 19, and he wrote on that day:—
My Sophomore year is now over, this day concluding the second term.
My rank during this term has been pretty satisfactory (v. p. 8 [of journal]). I must beat Hoffman, however, if possible.
When, early in the following October, he went to the President, the latter said to him, You stand very well.
I couldn't wish you to stand much better.
To the account of this interview, the young student adds, If I only could be 3rd scholar.
Two days later he speaks of lounging on the grass of the Delta with various friends, and exclaims, I've given up all hopes of keeping above Parker.
A little earlier in that year, Professor Felton had required the youth to