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J. W. MAGGART
4'Wop" is the famous football center
whom the girls have vainly tried to charm,
but he casts impartial smiles upon all of
them. One might think him fickle, but
on account of his splendid work as Sec-
retary of athletics, we can hardly think
him so frivolous.
Franklin is a combination of friendli-
ness and mischief. He is a comedy in
spite of himself.
'alllozv liereis to old Franklin Haynes, our
With his bright red sweater and devilish
The rnost sturlious person that God ever
To hinder his fellow men '
Attention, here comes our ray of sun-
shine! Gertie and her curls now appear!
Oh, how the girls all envy her. When she
is a person's friend, you may know that
she is a true friend. Ask her what letter
in the alphabet she likes best and she will
invariably answer, HE."
SU SIE MOORE
She'd make a lovely old maid fthe mod-
ern type with a business air and a dignie
fied bearingl- It will be a misfit if she is
not a Miss always.
Maybe she'll be an Mold maid,"
Maybe she'll notg
But whatever sheill be, I'm sure,
'Twill be the "top of the pot."
Francis leaves the negro preacher in the
shade when she is called on to save the
Sc-3nior's reputation. When Miss Clack
says, l'Francis, have you studied your Eng-
lish lesson?,' she replies with her favorite
expression, "I can not tell a lie."
"An honest two! rnarfs the noblest work