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Martha met George Washington And history was made then, Why don’t you meet a White House boy And have Martha there again? We’ve heard your praises often sung But always by some feminine tongue, You cannot help attract the Miss, Your fatal charms they can’t resist. I dinna ken Kenny But I bet ye a penny He’s as tight as Jack Benny, If ye ask for a penny. No need to Crowe, We all well know, In football He’s sure to show! This majorette’s a right slick chick, With swishing skirts and heels that click. To “dear-old-Cush” let’s drink a toast, Of this fine girl we’ll always boast. With mint juleps and magnolias We’ll toast this Virginia gal, To show how much we like her And want her for a pal. Her parents initiated her F. A. D., In school our favorite fad is she. «f 15
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(2 22 $ mt AlMAi Uf C-Vxujt. _U yynQlvw ' ■ c -wiT (2 She wants to be Young And is headin’ for satin, Just so she’s not mixed up And cheerin’ in Latin. A modern Cicero Or else a “ Bing,” In television He’ll sure be king. As sweet as Chocolate is mighty sweet, She’s really a joy—and can’t be beat Here’s to our Queen Anne, The fairest of the clan. Hark! Hark! It’s Rhea Clark— He’ll make his mark. Night-hawk Sidney—really cute! He’s the pride of the institute. To president Fayth of the S. C. A.: We’ll miss you when you’ve gone away. Don’t forget Jan-et She’s swell, you bet. 14 j§8-
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Where’s that gal they all want to know? “Peekaboo,” it’s beauteous Jo. « 1 D mpt r 6 0 " Up at Norman’s or out at the cabin, You’ll always find pretty Phyllis gabbin’. Nurse Betty, for pills I thank you, But next time take care; You see they removed my nose — The wart is still there. “15 cheers for the G. O. P.” The only one left is our own Billy. Phyllis, don’t kill us With your cooking— Phyllis, don’t chill us With your looking. A popular young lady is our Miss Eller, Some day she’ll cook for a regular fellow. If you’re lookin’ for our Snookie — Look outside —he’s playin’ hookie. Whether it’s rain or whether it’s snow, There’s always a camera followed by Bo. 4 16
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