from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In some American colleges, a concerted tussle between two classes in which they struggle for the retention or capture of a cane.
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Why, man, this isn't a, street-fight or a cane-rush.
At all times the movement was without rest, breathless and fierce, like a cane-rush, or a street fight.
Why, man, this isn't a street-fight or a cane-rush.
"It was a little like a cane-rush -- your campus practise served you in good stead," said the lady, and smiled.
"I have dealt the Old Education its deathblow," he solemnly said, mistaking a cane-rush for a revolution.