A B Davis High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY)

 - Class of 1933

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Our three football stars went into a cafe to eat. Wally I.-"Give me a steak and make it thick and rare." Roy C.-"Give me a steak and make it thicker and rarer." Swede J.-"Just send the bull through and I'lI bite him on the run." Beats I..-"Did I ever show you where I was vaccinated?" Eddie F.-"No . . . ?" Beats L.-"Well, we can drive around that way." Alvah B.-"I wonder why it is that a girl can't catch a ball like a man?" Claire S.-"Oh, a man is so much big- ger and easier to catch." He was reading the newspaper as his wife entered the room. "George", she said. "what do you think? Mother wants to be cremated." "Fine!" said George, rising briskly and putting down his paper. "Tell her to get her things on." Jane H.-"Having trouble with the car?" Bill H.-"No, I just crawled under here to get out of the sun." Ira Zweifach stood on the cliff watching the flashing beacon on the lighthouse. "How patient those sailors are!" he ex- claimed. "The wind has blown out that light a dozen times and they still keep lighting it again," Elsa H.-"Women are saps to marry." Helen H.-"Well, what else is therefor men to marry?" Fran D.--"Well, how has everything gone since I last saw you?" Wilson S.-"Everything's gone." It was the dear old lady's first ride in a taxi, and she watched with growing alarm as the driver continually put his hand out- side the car to signal to the following traflic. NINETEEN THIRTYTHREE UXCAROON AND WHITE "Young man," she said, "you look af- ter this car of yours and watch where youire going: I'll tell you when it starts raining." As Greg Coflin, our football coach, says, two halves make a whole and the quarter- back goes through. Angry Parent-"My daughter does not want to be tied to an idiot all her life." Suitor-"That's right. sir, let me take her off your hands." Artie C.-"Oh, by the way, Mary, I almost forgot to tell you, we're engaged." Mary B.-"You don't mean it!" Artie C.-"Of course not, but it's lots of fun." Mr. MacGregor Cfeeling poeticj-"And what is so rare as a day in June-" Freddie N.-"A charity bazaar in Scot- land." He-"I've made up my mind to stay at home." Wife-"Too late. I've already made up my face to go out." Mr. Kurtz-"Name a collective noun." Arthur H.-"Ash-can." Buster F,-"May I take you to the dance in these clothes?" Jane M.-"No, thanks. I have my own clothes." He---"I just loaned that singer ten dol- lars." She-"I see. Must be a 'tenner'." Walter Hollman entered a movie house and was stopped by an usher. "I beg your pardon, sir, but you can't take your dog inside." "How absurd!" he protested, "what harm could the movies dd to a tiny dog like this?" Helen D.-"You should place your hand over your mouth when you yawn." Fred S.-"What! and get bit?" Page One Hundred and Fifty-one

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