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This is intended to be a record of the more important events of the IUOSI im-
people in our school year.
15-A large, numerous, and vigorous body of fish reported to their new swimming
hole. They look smart.
Sept. 16-Several Seniors enroll condescendingly and are somewhat shocked when they
ed for arriving late.
Sept. 17-Well! Well! So this is High School. What has happened to our Faculty?
Quite several of them have Ubobbedi' their hair. They look "purty slickw too. Lots of us
Sept. I8-Some more of us changed our programs but not our lockers.
Sept. 19-Some more programs were changed, and some new rules announced.
Sept. 22-Hi-Y held first meeting of year. Seniors have first 'tlab" period in Chem-
istry. "Aren,t those test tubes cute?l' Yes, and they cost a nickle per each, tool
Sept. 23-4A Class holds meeting, elect Rippy President because he has such lovely teeth.
writing or Sp
Discovered several new members of faculty. Wish we had elected either type-
anish. Some good lookers, there!
Sept. 25-The staff was sleepy and did not gather in any news!
Sept. 26-4,B's hold meeting and elect Henry Sasse President. Start quarrelling about
Sept 294Blue Monday. Everybody cross. Librarian invites people to leave and is-
sues cards to ninth period tea. All are accepted.
Sept. 30-French Club organizes. Thas' sall.
Oct. IZFFHHCES McClellan tries to make Miss Griffin call an Oak Staff meeting. She
't, she's stubborn.
Oct. 2-Acorn Staff starts pleading for a dollar.
Oct. 3-Girl Reserves perform for benefit of pep squad. Raise fifty dollars. Good work!
Oct. 6-Oak Staff finally makes announcement of new style promissory note. "I want
one and I will pay for it sometime."
Oct. 7-I7 announcements made the eight period! And we are only in study hall.
Never did have any luck.
Oct. 8-Public speaking society organized. Has constitution, by-laws and everything
like real grown-up folks.
Oct. 9-Seniors meet again. None of them ever knew why.
Oct. 10-Rumors of thrift campaign are in the air. Who wants to save? You'd better!
Oct. 13-Orchestra appears at N. D. Hi for Dallas Council of Mothers. Boy, wetll
say they are good!
Oct. 14-Girls organize a swimmin' club. No boys allowed, stingy!
Oct. 15-4A's entertain with a swell program in auditorium. Free, too! Great Snakes,
how did it happen?
Oct. 16-Orchestra broadcasts from WFAA. Didn't we say it was the "mosquito's elbow?"
Oct. 17-Oak Cliif won a football game li-7. Pretty fair stuff but the papers join in
a chorus, "O. C. ain't what she used to be."
Oct. 20-Hi-Y initiates and eats.
Oct. 21-Journalism class gets out junior Acorn at the Fair. Pretty fair, too!
Oct. 22-Girl Reserves plan some charity work.
Oct. 23-Senior teachers beginning to apply tests to reduce the swollen condition of
some heads. Results, rather disastrous.
Oct. 24-High School Day at the Fair-lioliday-Football--We enjoyed 'em all.
Oct. 26-Yes- we know it was Sunday. P.-T. A. entertains for the Faculty at Mrs.
Popels. We can't have too much of this get together stuff on the part of our bosses!
Oct. 27-Cadet Promotions due to winning Competitive Drill at Fair. We sure do strut
a military gait!
Oct. 23-Shortage of oil and shoe polish in O. C. homes. Reason-hrst official in-
O. T. C.
Hallowe'en Party at Y. W. for both boys and girls!
30-Ronald Smallwood wins a donkey for writing best essay in Home-Owning
spection in R.
Contest. Smart donkey-perfectly at home in our midst!-There, we beat you to it!
Oct. 31"-FO0tb2lll team is given donkey for a mascot--safer than a Leopard to cart
Nov. 1-Saturday. Football. Bryan o-Oak Cliff 7. A ha!
Now. 3-Twilight musicale by Orchestra. Good too! Mighty good.
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O ALL GOOD SPORTS
who are Willing to Waste a
smile on these jokes even
though they may have heard
them before, a Weary stall? dedi-
Cates these few pages-
No offense is intended but
We have Hled all rejected jokes
-so anyone Who objects to this
mild stuff Will find some much
Worse in the "Senior Shriekf'
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football we played last Saturday.
A CALEN DAR-Continued
4-Election Day! Hurrah for Ma-you can't keep the ladies back any longer, so
best of it, men, make the best of it!
5-Last call for Senior rings-now or never!
. 6-Popularity primary held.
ro-"A little high pressure studying is absolutely essential"-Quotations from O. C.
11-Holiday-Ain't Nature Grand? Acorn Staff Party at home of Mrs. Horton.
12--G. R. met-they won't tell us why.
13-Senior play rehearsals are in full swing-Sounds good!
14-Band went to Sherman-4B's have a dance-Swell time was had by all.
15-Saturday. Football-O. C. 6-N. D. 0. "That's better."
17-Football-O. C. 26-Sherman 26. Well! well!
18-Senior Spanish students have Mexican dinner at the Chapultepec-Hot Stuff!
19TCHdCtS decide to wear gloves at Battalion parades, etc.-We just love soldiers!
20-If anything happened on this date our news sleuths skidded-we didnlt get
21-Pep rally! Real good old fashioned jazzy kind.
22-Football. O. C. 21-Sherman Io. UAtta boylt'
24'1WC celebrated our victory over Sherman. We had a right to -for that was
25-Seniors met-that's all.
26-G. R. had wienie roast-and thatls not all-Some of them had indigestion.
27-Thanksgiving-and that?s not all-All of us had indigestion.
28-Holiday-Football-Oak Cliff 20-Highland Park 7. We'rc beginning to get
ty about "them Leopards of ourn."
1-Football. Oak Cliff 0-Forest 6. "Are we down-hearted?-U NO! !
2L0Hk Staff gets kinda hectic on subject of Senior pictures and write-ups.
3-Girl Reserves talk about Book Friends.
4-Senior rings arrive--UBeautiful--wonderful-best ever!"
5-P. T. A. has program in Auditorium.
6-Saturday hit. Football-O. C. 39-Vernon 0.
8-Pilgrims return from Belton with two more loving cups-one for Acorn-one
for best News Story. Oak didn't get a thing, but Belton thought it had a mighty nice Editor!
Def. 9-R. O. T. C. wins Rifle meet-O. C.'s winning quite a bit lately!
Dec IO1ThiHgS are rather quiet today, only two girls fainted!
Dec. 11-Great preparations for football tomorrow.
Dec. 12-Football. O. C. 52-CiSCO 7. Bring on your tigers! ! We're ready.
Der. 15-From the small number of students in 201 they must all believe in Santa Claus.
Dec. I6'OTChESIF3 performs for Bone Head luncheon. They liked it. Of course they
would-but so do We!
Dec. 17-Oak and Acorn staffs "strut their stuff!! at a dinner-dance on Jefferson roof
Dec. I8-Not a holiday-senior teachers do not intend to have any spare time during
vacation. Three tests! Help! I Santa, help! ! !
Dec. IQ-HJCS, afore Christmas. We're as good as we can bei'
Dec. 20-Cold! Ice on ground-sleet falling! ! Lovely to rest by fire but not for us.
O. C. plays football in the cool breezy stadium at Fair Park. We're going! Oak Cliff 31-
Waco 0. Ladies and Gentlemen! Meet lhe O. C. Leopards--Champion Foolball Playerx of
the State of Texas.
Dec. 21-Ian. 5-Vacation.
is good! !
5-Mr. Adamson presents the football boys with candy-they're generous. It sure
6-Girls Rifle Team practices--no casualties reported.
71Th0Hl3S Cluck is a smart boy. He wins prize for solving cross-word puzzle in
8-A little mid-night oil is being burned by those who expect to graduate.
9--Juniors have a class meeting-it is about time.
104Senior play, "The Championf' It lives up to its name!
I3"IVA,S have a banquet at Jefferson. Good food-pretty girls-several new love
I41WC forgot to say that yesterday was Senior Day and they made an awful lot
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