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"Stone walls do not a prison make, nor
iron bars a jailf' but, Oh, my gosh, how
they can help!"
Aleene: "Did you Hunk Chemistry?"
Frank K.: "I'll say I did. I got zero
on the hnalf,
Alcene: "I see you're one of those fel-
lows who stops at nothing."
Teaflzer: "John, what are the Army and
John Hall: "For? Oh, the Army and
WE HAVE YET TO DISCOVER i
A pump for the well of Knowledge,
A blanket for the cradle of the deep, 5 l
Food for Meditation, i i 1
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A razor to shave the face of the earth, V
A shoe for the foot of a mountain, 5
A link for the chain of evidence, ,
Fillings for the teeth of the Wind, 5 I
A key to unlock the door of success, l
A rung for the ladder of ambition, E
Glasses for the eyes of the law, l
A new lining in the coat of paint.
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THE AWFUL FACULTY Q
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Some are awful mean. fi I
Some are awful cross, V
Some are awful kind,
Some are awful shrewd, ,
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Some are awful jolly,
Some are awful sticks,
Some are awful patient, ,
Some make awful kicks.
Some are awful stately, A
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All are awful good to us, 4
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A telephone pole never hits an auto except in self defense.
A NOCTURNAL MESSENGER
Lindsay had been listening for half-an-hour to a lecture from his father on
the evils of late nights and late risings in the morning.
c'Youyll never amount to anythingfl said his father, "unless you turn over a
new leaf." Wagging his forelinger, he concluded, "Remember, it's the early
bird that catches the Worm!"
"Yes," agreed Lindsay, "but how about the worm? What did he get for
turning out so early?"
"My son,', replied the father, "that worm hadn't been to bedg he was on
h is way."
Shade of Haectlzorne: "Your old clock on the staizts is rather a back num-
Shade of Longfellow: "So's your old Mansef'
Bill: "I saw a man yesterday that weighed two tonsf'
Roy: "Yer crazyf'
Bill: "No, he was weighing lead pipef'
T0 llllrr Bell: 'tChildren, don't study for this test, its easy."
To Dave B.: "Don't dream so much. You're beginning to look pale."
T0 Gladyf H.: "Don,t play popular music. You know we hate it."
To Efierybofly: "Don't forget to laugh at this. ltls supposed to be funnyf,
Marian D.: "Bud, what's your favorite wild game?"
"Oh, stayf' the young man said, "and rest
Thy lovely head upon this vestll'
"I wonlt replied the maiden proud,
"Your Waterbury ticks too loudf'
Mr. Cunyur: "I am going to speak on liars today. How many of you have
read the twenty-fifth chapter of the textfw
Nearly every student raised his hand.
Mr. Czmyun uGoodl You are the very group to whom l Wish to speak.
There is no twenty-fifth Chapterln
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The Blind Toefs Rhapsody
The 4A class on a summerls day,
t From Oak Cliff High will go awayg
5 Now let us pause, ere they leave
And see that they due praise receive.
W, Now therels the president of this good bunch,
l He certainly does have plenty of punch,
i His name is Prather and they call him Bud,
And l've heard tell that he lives by the rood.
Forsooth, there's one who is always right,
Because you see 'tis Harold Wright.
Then there's the Kidd whose first name's Frank,
Ah! hels an oflicer of very high rank.
Oftentimes his voice does swell,
But letls leave him for David Bell,
Who really does deserve a yell.
Charlie Strauss' is we know a very nice boy,
So petite, fetching, and coy.
Elliott Jackson is quite the stuff,
, Verily, that is quite enough.
Jackie Turner is quite a treat
, And' as an artist he can't be beat.
3 Harvey Chamberlain wields the racket
I As for the ball, he certainlv whacks it.
i Of Bill Jackson and of Fred Baker
I i One should say that they are Quakers,
y Because they really know their oats.
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And then there's Hilliard who can have our votes.
. , Bernell Brown's of world renown,
1 And VValton Gallagher's the man about town.
5 Halsey Settle toots his own horn,
1 5 And we believe he knows his corn.
, I Horace Benson's such a major
5 The best in town-that's what we'll wager.
i l Arthur Jordan's a Monkey you know,
i 6 And lkey McDaniel sure holds to his dough.
2 i Tiny Tim Kirby is a very smart lad,
i , And so is his classmate Tom Bonner, by Gad!
Jimmie Wilkinson's a ladies man,
l Drew Dorsey's the one who rides in the can.
l Frederick Cason's our second Poe,
5 And Wayne McClusky makes the pigskin go.
Fred Harris is forever a hero-
5 gg Why, he's so sweet he must eat karo.
5 lfarl Sealey has such winning ways,
A Q George Leyhe says, "'Tis the man who paysf'
Q i Merce Lackland is so ultra modern,
qi, Claude Williamson says his hopes are totterin'.
i Kid Mathews is heap big fierce debater,
31 And Austin Griflith's quite a rater.
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