Benton Harbor High School - Greybric Yearbook (Benton Harbor, MI)

 - Class of 1908

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Page 136 text:

R. Cunningham tin Ger. IVI-JlHie clinched his eyes and thrust them into his liStS-.,, iiNObOdy works but Harvey, And he works hard all day, Working lots of chemistry To drive an E his way. All goes well for the first two weeks, But then the test-Oh me! Nobody works but Harvey And all he gets is Pf, Our teachers' names are: llFarmer INhitneyls Green Bull? My bonnie lies under the auto, My bonnie swears under the car, Please send to the garage for someone, For its lonesome up here where I are.--Ex. Miss Bowen-llh'lr. Clauser, where was Cedric. the Saxon. when Athelstane and Ivanhoe were an- nounced ?'i Mr. Clauser-llCetlric was sitting in state on a I pedestal." How I love its giddy gurgle, How I love its ceaseless How, How I love to wind my mouth up, Hlow I love to hear it go. Miss Whitney HI. S. HistJ-J what can you say about Peter Stuyv fl, Mr. A.-JlVV e11-er--he was tubI: bad temper and a wooden leg? I H. King ton a German testI-"WI, head? The only thing that can beat H53 of the last word is an echo. l'I am only a stranger here. M heaven.ll-Ned Anderson. 1 , raw Miss Bowen t Eng. LitJ-llVVhat the llFiaery Queen FM Miss VVellsz-Jllt is iambic septam Miss BeilNo, you missed it by a 3, Gently as the breeze of summ Softly wafted from the Sou,3 Come the tintinnabulations Of 'my automatic mouth. He-llMay I print a kiss on. your She nodded sweet concession. He went to press And I rather guess He printed a large edition.-Ex. Miss VVhitney-ler. Taylor, w-hef cific Heet at the present time 3w 7: Mr. Taylor tvaguelyI-lth, some Asia or India? 3' , t unlit! nanny: . 9-,. m I. h"? az- W1 "B?LO ' if .w x I'k. d. . l i I'm"! In;

Page 135 text:

The boy stood on the railroad track, He heard the engine squeal, The engineer reached out the cab; And scraped him off the wheel. St. Peter-"So you called yourself a student, did you ?" CandidatebttYes sir? St. Peter-"Dfid you buy a season ticket and help support athletics ?t, Candidate tfalteringO-No-o-o sir. St. Peter- F A fiee and a Hy were imprisoned in a flue. Now what should they do? Said the Hy ttleths fieef Said the Hee, "'let,s fly? So they flew through a Haw in the Hue-Ex. . Miss McLeese tEng. HistJ-ttT'ell us something of the character of Charles I? Mr. Hubbard-"He was very unsculpturous-t, tunscrupulousl He never could understand why We augth at him. Miss W'hitney tin U. S. Historyy-hWhen did battle take place, Mr. Hill? H'ill-"Why, right after Philadelphia. Was exca- t' tevacuatedy F irst Spteaker+ttSay, have you heard about Har- old Sessuonts new occupation ?t', Second SpeakerettNo, what is. it PW First SpeakerettHe is running a livery stable." Second Speaker-ttYou dont say 80V First Speaker-ttYes, he makes a specialty of ponies, and fmds them somewhat of a tnouble, I guess? Bishop tin ChemJ-ttThe oxygen that is given off by the aquatic plants, ascends in bubbles and the fish bite them as they come up? When I asked her to have me She said ttgo to father? But she knew that I knew Her father was dead ; And she knew that I knew What a life he had led. So she knew that I knew What she meant when she said: ttGo to father? She calmly rocked the cradle of her sleeping baby with one foot, and wiped the tears out of her eyes with the other. Miss Whitney tin U. S. HistolryyettGive the British plans. for 1777? Mr. HoughtongWVell, they wanted to go around and cut the center right o:ub- Miss Perkins tvery much excitedy-hGeeV,



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Leon Hiil ttranslating Germainehln allv re- sir, you speak of a man Who has the prospects becoming rn'y finance? Deep wisdom-swelled head, Brain fevereheis dead! A Senior. Fsalse fair on"e--hope fled, ' I Heartis broken-heis dead! A Junior. . ; Went skating-Jtis said F 1001' hit him-heis dead! a A Sophomore. Milk famine-not fed, Starvation-he,s dead! A Freshman. Miss Green tGerman classy-ftDecline that , 0rd, Mr. Downey." Mr. Downey very witti-ly replied, iiI decline with .aA physician writes to the London Spectator that Was recently attending a patient, whose husband to see him concerning her condition and greeted with these words: . Irving, do you think there is any need for ry anxiety about my wife ?,, sNed Anderson: tEngJeiiBer-n was born in I 788 and hIS father married his mother, andeii 'I. he sentence was never finished. Horace Easton promised to write E. A. a charac- ter sketch 01f Cordelia, but he got to thinking of the u . . blue eyesii and iigolden hairf, and- and, iibe damed'i if he could. Of all sad words of tongue or pen, The saddest tare theseeiilt'm'stung againV Harvey Lowe tin an'lazementy-iilsnit Hamid Sessions awfully daring ?ii Ned Andersornei'Yes, he takes things right unt der his gir'lis very nose? Pearl-JiYou have a bad cold, havenit you ?'i Cunny tcoiiidescendinglyyeiiNoi, live just been eating corn and my voice is a little husky." PearleiiOh V, Miss Whitney, to Dewey twho has Hunked 011 an examJeWWhatis the matter, Mr. Dewey ?ii DeweyeiiOh, tha.t,s beyond me? Miss W hitneyeiiYes, that is a B on you? Mr. McGowan, translating German, Game to a word meaning iimuch experience? and stopped. Miss Farmer, hoping to help him out, said: iinhat do people have as they grow old? iiGray hairs? responded the bright youth.

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