First published by G. W. Dillingham in 1897.
Originally in light gray wrappers. Only reissue by Dillingham in same year in light blue wrappers.
Only six copies are known to survive of this book, only one in original wrappers. All are in private hands.
A collection of stories about undergraduate life at Terhune's alma mater. It had very poor sales and Terrhune later considered its writing style amateurish.
Published the year before his first marriage, to Lorraine Marguerite Bryson, it is the only one of Terhune's books dedicated "To L. M. B."
Book of 12 stories in 214 pages.
A Tale of Two Cads
His Right-Hand Neighbour, An Examination IDYI
The Fall of the Fountain
The Basket of Alnaschar
One Joke - And Another
A Fin De Siecle Punchinello
The Metamorphosis of John Lee, Freshman
A Poetess of Passion'
The '9- ``Lit.''
A Baffled Puritan
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