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Page 159 text:
"These Made Us Chuchle,
So We U4
"A burglar broke into our house last nightfl
"What did he get?"
-Notre 'Dame Juggler.
sf 41- if
Devona C.: "You look like Helen Greenf'
Ollie Bess L.: UThank you! I look even
worse in white." U 49 sb
Mary had a little clam,
Served upon a shell,
She ate the shell and not the clam,
So we have no more to tell.
-Miflrilebury Blue Hallo on.
'X' 'll' 1?
There w'as a young fellow named Smith,
A lovely young man to be with.
He laundered his Tux
With Dutch Cleanser and Lux
And reduced it to less than a myth.
41- X- -lr
fSung to Old Black Joel
Gone without regrets, along with lengthy locks,
Now it's the rage in Checkerboard or clocks,
To just let them swing, you see 'em out hy
It surely is the thing to wear 'em, Sagging
just let them slide, most all the fellows do.
Showing hair and hide, whatls that I'l1 say
Elastics are parse, we've put them on the rocks,
This surely is the day to wear 'em, Sagging
Where are the corsets, once flappers used
Gone without regrets, along with lengthy
So what's the harm if some folks get some
It surely is good form to wear 'em, Sagging
They're sagging, the-y're sagging,
Yes, our socks are hanging low.
It saves us time for eight olclock,
Let garter go!
'Passing Them 0727,
D. S. DEPARTMENT
Latest Song Hit: "I didnlt raise my boy
to live on co-ed cooking."-Hoganlv Alley.
-If 'X' -X'
Dorothy P.: "I was very cold at the the-
atre last night."
Alma AI.: "How come--you were with john
and in the last seat, toolll
D. P.: "That's just it-we were in Z row."
66 it- as
"Oo's icky honey bunch is oo?" Fern softly
As Howard let go his hold to grasp the
opportunity properly, the car lunged into a
ditch. Crawling out and digging the mud
from his eyes, he gurgled-"Ooze!l'
if it- -X-
Prisoner: "Put me in cell 383'
jailer: UWhat foril' -
Prisoner: "It's the one father used to
44' we 'X'
Chairman at K. K. K. meeting: " . .
and now gentlemen, please be sheeted."
-X' 'X' 'X'
Doris S. "Of course you can't believe all
Bea Mc.: "No, but you can repeat itl'
'35 K' 'X'
Rita H.: "Darling, will you love me when
I grow old
Nelson Mc.: 'lDearest, you may grow old-
er, but you will never grow uglier."
-le 46 -Ji
TO OUR HEAVY WEIGHTS
My honnie was fond of jazz dancing,
Had a partner-weight five hundred three.
The floor was too slick and too slippery-
O bring back my bonnie to mel
'lf 'X' il'
SANITATION B. P.
Local Policeman fto St. Georgejz "You
killed this ,ere dragon, didnlt you?"
St. George: "I did."
L. P.: K'Well, you can't leave it lyin' about
lere, you knowln -Goblin.
Page One Hundred Forty lhree
Page 158 text:
A CALEN DAR-Continued ,
Jan. 15-Hi-Y receives banner for being the best in town. Have their pictures made
Jan. 16-A real Jack Gardner dance at school.
fan. 17-Cadet Hop in honor of Major Robinson-Sabres, uniforms-grand march and
fan. 19-Since exams are imminent all our reporters have quit.
Jan. 23-Cadet Officers meet for further instruction.
lan. 25-Baccalaureate sermon.
lan. 26-Otiicers receive sabre knots-they sure are getting Udolled upfl
lan. 29-January Seniors are entertained at Mrs. Pope,s by Mother's Club.
Feb. 2-Registration. No time for anything else.
Feb. 3-Same as Feb 2.
Feb. 4-Assembly. Mr. Adamson presented Paul Speaker with a gold megaphone.
make enough noise Without that.
5-Debate. O. C. won.
84Senior Invitation Committee starts battle with engravers.
9-Girl Reserve Cabinet entertained at Mrs. Scott's.
2OlDClCg8tES elected by P. T. A. for district convention at Greenville.
2ITM0IhCTyS Club plant a tree in Randall Park honoring Mr. Adamson--No! It
is not a hickory!
Feb. 23-Cadet Hop at Jefferson--Everything fine!
Feb. 24-French Play-French certainly is not a dead language altho' it is pretty badly
Feb. 25'ACOfH Party at Bea McCarty's---Junior Acorn issued-Sure was cute!
March 2-A. B. C. Club holds first luncheon. Good looking members!
March 3-Hi-Y plans "best girll' banquet--Watch your step boys! Be careful! They
are all "best.',,
March 4-Senior paper is re-christened. "Senior Shriekn-Major, dust off your anti-
noise ordinance! You are going to need it.
March 5-Some very bright chap conceives the idea of cap and gown for commencement
-Lots of hot discussion no real decision.
March 64Plan a golf tournament for High School boys! Next?
March 11-Our faculty shows off in a Mad March Tear. They began scandalously-
Loving, shooting, and niggers! We hear that one act had to be censored.
March 12-O. C. Girl Reserves entertain the other High Schools.
March 13-4B's have dance with Cline,s Collegians performing. Durward wields a
wicked stick over his syncopaters.
13-14-A little basket ball.
Coefax-Grand Saline I4-O. C. I8
Will's Point 13-O. C. 34
Indians--Grand Saline 29--O. C. 32
Corsicana 16-O. C. 42
The public is invited to meet The
Oak Cliff Leopard Basket Ball Team.
A. A. U. Champions!
March I71RCd Cross Assembly.
March 18--Full battalion parade at which Dallas Camp Fire Girls present some new
Colors to O. C.
March 19-Football Vaudeville-Bent-Ht Miss Finley--"Da you believe in fairic:?"
"Sure-We saw 'em but they did not look cxacfly as we expected them to."
March 20-Rifle team went to Fort Worth. Won, too!
March ZITDUKI track meet with Fort Worth-Fort Worth won.
March 23-Old fashioned singing school presented by music department. It was fine!
March 27-Game Tourney held at Elda Voekel's for benefit Girl Reserves-Good crowd
March 28-A few members of our track squad went to Austin and brought back several
April 1-April Fool! l
April 3-Ten students of Latin Department Went to Fort Worth to enter Latin
April 7-Oak CliH goes to press, Staff goes to bed. 'tWe who are about to die, Salute
You !" Farewell.
Page One Hundred Forly-Iwo
Page 160 text:
VVill you never
Come my way?
When you mita
Chap like me,
You should copper
Such an oppor-
Why, pray, trita
Wonlt you ever,
Not say, "No"?
ae ae 4+
A HIGHBROW COURTSHIP
"My coagulated mass of protons and elec-
trons, will you wed me?" breathed Jack Har-
per, the educated man.
"Oh, oh! You are so passionatelu said
Mary Kerr, and she pushed him over the
se -1+ as
SENIORS, TAKE NOTICE
"She was rawther a nice girl, B. Cf'
"Y-a-a-s, Before Collegef'
we -ie -le
"Man, you donlt mean nothin' to me, youse
just de black parts of a crossword puzzle, you
as ei- ee
"Here lies the body of Samuel A. Green,
Proposed to Louise and called her Irene."
-Wnffzivzgfovz Cozrgarlv Parc.
"How WVEIS the Barber's Ball last night?"
"Well, I stayed until a fellow committed
herpicide, and then I decided the party was
getting too dandrtlfff'-California Prrliczm.
as as as
Add similes of IQZS-llwiih the speed of
a Congressman raising his own salary.-Judge.
Ons Hundred Forty-four
IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT TELL
Candid letter from a twelve-year-old ac-
knowledging a present:
"Dear Aunt Harriet:
Thank you for your gift. I have always
wanted a pincushion but not very muchf'
-New York Wo1'ld.
ik it se
Steele K.: "He runs a school for stam-
Faye S.: "Goodnessl But who wants to
learn to stammerin
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"Did her husband die of dyspepsiail'
"Yes, and she calls his tombstone a dysa
pepsia tablet." -Judge.
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Rastus: "They's 21 lot of vice erm in this
Sambo: L'What you mean, -vice -warm?"
"What, you mean to tell me you donlt
know Tire i'r'r,ra is high hat fol bum poetryfl
--Sn'-z'w1.v Terfh. .Slove Mill.
ir i' 55
FIRST COUSIN TO HCORNI'
Robert B.: "And who made the first cot-
Elda V.: t'Heax'ens5 Are they making it
from that stuHf too?l'
-Perm. Prnzrh Hazel.
if ir Q?
One Cannibal: 'tS'matter, stomachache?"
Two Cannibal: f'Yes, my wife disagreed
with mef' -M. 1. T. Vno Doo.
ISN'T LOVE WONDERFUL?
VVe regret the unfortunate mixup of two
items in yesterday's edition which made us say
that the bridegrooni took his place beneath the
Horal bell and 2050 volts were immediately
shot through his quivering form."
-Bo sfo II' T1'r1nrr1'ipI.
He had fallen for her. They were in classes
together but she didn't speak to him. By des-
perate means he finally met her. They were
alone. His dream had come true.
"How,s your Math? I' she asked.
"Good," he replied, "HoW's your Anat-
"I think you're horrid!" she exclaimed.
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