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The Abboi C'Zi7'flF 1923
A sweeper in your room is worth two in the closet.
Neyer put off 'til tomorrow what your roommate can do today.
The early bird gets the tub. A
Little proctors have big ears.
Out of money, out of luck.
Neither a borrower nor a lender be.
Hard come. easy go. tMoneyD
To be, or not to be - a Senior.
Demerits seldom Come singly.
Let sleeping roommates lie.
A rolling girl gathers no pounds.
A walk every day keeps demerits away.
Skirts show which way the style goes.
Don't count on your sheepskin 'til you get it.
Fflrbidden eats are sweet.
You can lead the dieters to the table, but you Can't make them eat.
A girl and her hair are soon parted.
Wlalls have ears.
Lights will out.
ClV1'fI1 A pologiesl
Mlss BEAN: "'Go' is an intransitive verb. You ean't 'gone' anything."
ENGLISH STUDENT tsofio wrel: "Maybe not. hut you Can 'dog-gone' some-
Miss CHICKERING: "XYhat kind of endings do we find in Shakespeares later
plays besides weak and light onesf
EDIIQ: "Happy endings."
Anne Darling thinks that a refractory table would he niee for the Senior
MR. Howe f'1i7L.771llSZ.CClI appref1'c1f1'011, of rnzzrselz l'XYhere were we last time?"
CHORUS or SENIORS2 "Here!"
SAME: "How many themes did you Count?"
M. E. VVARD: "XVell, I only Counted two, hut I kept hearing a third."