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  • The real excitement during Freshman year was the incident of Clif Clawson and the pancreas.
  • Unfortunately the Reverend Ira Hinkley, who sat between Martin and Angus Duer, had seen Clif drop the pancreas.
  • Dr. Stout and the secretary comforted him; they cleaned the derby and assured him that vengeance should be done on the man who could put a pancreas in a banker’s hat.
  • Now a pancreas is a damp and disgusting thing to find in your new hat, and when the banker did so find one, he threw down the hat and said that the students of Winnemac had gone to the devil.
  • He assembled the class, he lamented that any Winnemac Man could place a pancreas in a banker’s hat, and he demanded that the criminal be manly enough to stand up and confess.
  • In the midst of the tour, led by Dr. Stout and the umbrella-carrying secretary of the University, the plumpest and most educational of all the bankers stopped near Clif Clawson’s dissecting-table, with his derby hat reverently held behind him, and into that hat Clif dropped a pancreas.

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  • Something in his pancreas, the other one said.
    James McBride  --  The Color of Water
  • Gey gave his lab staff careful instructions for growing GeGe, a line of cancer cells taken from his pancreas.
    Rebecca Skloot  --  The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

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