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' STAFF N onsense
Editor of all new jokes - Sarah Ridiculous O utff1gC"u5,
N I T errible pictures
Editor of Poems - - c'Nelly" herself H umorous Cutcrs
Night Editors - - - - "Wen
Personal Advisor - Mrs. Taylor
I nteresting poems
N utty sayings
G oofy seniors
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The Wfreck of Lena
It was the flivver Lena
That rolled down the street away,
And Kenneth had taken Latham along
To keep him company.
They navigated Madison!
And turned toward town on Canty's-
Then turned to the left on shady Zangs,
And passed all US. A." shanties.
Next, wiggling down to Ninth street,
Where Lathamls S. A. rated,
Kenneth turned and slyly asked-
Are you sure, Kid, she's undated?
So, on they drove, poor Lena's lungs,
A chuggin, chuggin, chuggin-
Her back-tire blast, she leaped ugast-
And shrieked, your S. A., boy, is home a hugginl
He grabbed the wheel, poor Lena spun
In dizzy whirl to right-puff! puff!
He shouted loud in accents wild!
Go, Lena, go! now strut your stulfl
She sped in spite of all he did-
Our Oak is a good annual.
The school gets all the fame,
The printer gets the money,
But-the staff gets all the blame.
Lives of football men remind us
They have writ their names in blood
And in parting leave behind them
Half their faces in the mud.
Mary has a swarm of bees,
And they to save their lives,
Must go wherever Mary goes,
For Mary has the hives.
Billy Shipp looked at Pauline Saunders
Oh! what a pretty miss.
And crept a little nearer,
And bashfully stole- away.
Slippery ice-very thin,
Pretty girl-tumbled in,
Saw a boy-on a bank,
Gave a shriek-then she sank,
Boy on bank--heard her shout,
Crack! Crackl Bang! Bang! she lunged aside, Jumped fight in-hvlpcd her Out:
Into a ditch she helter-skeltered
Prostrate she lay, and there she died.
Now he's hers-very nice,
But-she had--to break the ice.
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Vegetable song: mln a Little S inach Town."
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Stalk Song: HStalk About My Sweetief,
Hotel Song: "Hotel Me You Love Me."
Dog Song: "Fido,nt Get The One I Want.'
lattoo Song: I'Oh, It Tattoo Be Youf,
Tango Song: "Tango Rain No lVlore."
Eskimo Song: "Freeze a ollf Good Fellowf'
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Bologna Song: "Tonight You Belogna To lVle.,'
Four VVheel Brake Song: 'Tor YVe'll Break the News to Nlotherf,
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Did 'ou ever sto to think what a hard time two cross-eyed Deonle
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would have trying to look each other in the eye?
Axioms recently discovered:
I. Recitation is the science of hlufifing.
2. Zero added to zero, the result is flunk.
3. Zeros are always equal, tho they never coincide.
4. A teacher is a many-sided polygon and equal to anything.
5. A proposition is a general term for that which confronts the Senior
at the end of the year.
K'Raining pitch forksw is had enough, hut when it comes to "Hailing
street earsn it,s pretty rough weather.
.Witt LKI7lVfiflI'fI in history class : 'WVas King ohn a Knight of
6 . . x . xf
John Hall: "I suppose so. The hook says that hefore he went out
to battle he met his supporter on the hridgef,
"Mister youlll have to remove your suit case from the aislefl said the
conductor to Howard Sprague.
Wljhat isnit my suit case sir- thatls my footf,
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School teacher, thinking to herself: UYou hratl If you were my son
lid give you poisonf,
Pupil, reading her thoughts thinks hack at her: UHumphl If you
were my parent lid take it myself."
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