Theres trouble of some kind; thats sure, was the opinion of Professor Snodgrass.
The letters were signed "Snodgrass," and there are but two of them.
As in the case of Grummer, the friends, like Winkle and Snodgrass, threatened the constable.
And mingled with these thoughts were others as to the mission of Professor Snodgrass.
“Zis will explain,” and the officer handed a note to Professor Snodgrass.
He was so much like you, Professor Snodgrass—you remind me very much of him.
One of those bugs Professor Snodgrass used to show me in the microscope.
He was rather disconcerted to find his late invention, Snodgrass, there.
The ordinary course would be that Tupman or Snodgrass should get down.
Mr. Snodgrass attempts in his book a philosophical explanation of this.