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Page 143 text:
O h give me an idea and I'll try to Write something. "Snookie"
A h I canit do any Writing if I'm art editor. Jack
K ey Where is it? Mrs. Taylor
S end that material to the engraver. Eloise E.
T he typing is finished. hlarguerite
A m I supposed to Write up track, too? Eloise H.
If illers is Where I shine. Evelyn A.
F ixing up athletic notes is no easy job. Estelle
Senior: "Have you ordered your invitations yet?"
Aflom.voii: "Are you on the scholarship club this month?"
Eloise UI have to go to the printer's this afternoon."
A llie A.: "All Acorn material must be in by .... "
Aleeiie R.: "Mr, Cunyus, what's that purple stuff in that jarfn
Bill .MeC: f'Es im are . . .
,Mia Ciiiiyus: "Forever and anon."
Snookie: "I can't live."
Eloise "I must get a tennis game?
Morg'uei'ile.' "Give me that Oak material to type."
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Freeze, the ice man.
Dyatt, the restaurant man.
Spoiks the lireman.
Steel, the policeman.
Walker, the mail man.
Leeks, the plumber.
Tou, the cab driver.
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There's a fool born every minute .Barnum
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LIFE'S LITTLE JOKE
X I saw
i And smiled.
to my smile.
If she too
l've quit the hold up gang,
Illl hang around the joint no more.
With a little sigh and a little cry
The garter stretched out upon the floor.
A maiden passed with silken hose,
Well suited for display,
A spinster puckerecl up her nose,
And turned her head away.
The maiden went her way content,
I The men all stopped to stare,
And then the spinster up and went
"Life is just one damp thing after an
other," said the Clothcsline to the Under
S1mol'ie: "Oh, llm losing my equili
Jack: "I'll turn my headf'
The fireman's song, "Roll up your hose.'
If all chauffeurs who snooze and sit
Would use their time and sew or knit,
They could supply all refugees
With sweaters, sock and . . . Pear's Soap
Janet: "How was your new slip-on? U
Janine: "It went over bigf,
You may not lllllzjdllffdllrf our joker,
They miglzf mem old ami dead,
But ilzey do, if: juxt Lemuxe
And bought herself a pair. T fwy'f'e 'fray above your head.
1 Cop: "What's the matter with youl Why don't you blow your horn at
l crossings? "
,i Fay: "Sorry sir, but every time I do, all the girls step out to the curbfl
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X What else could I do?
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