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Page 139 text:
' yerf, said the boy as he saw them kissing
hh k .de SENIOR'S SOLHXHM N
onte 3Y'mc r1.
.cNO Junior," was the reply. T0 filmk .Oltnot tn Hunk? 'lhhzu
f Whether 1t 15 better fur the stlhh' '
We ahVaVS laugh at teacl'ler,s jOkCS btlllgllig B 5 1.1.0111 Hutl-Ilgthlllh Itht't
NO matter what they be; Or to take arms agamst :1 sezl 4,1' Iv
Not because they're funny jokes, And by Stildymg 911d them? '11
But because ifs policyeEX. And by that cramming t1: my; m.
The heartache: and ThHUSIHM 11:1M11V7
Crow ttranslating in Germant-hHe rose him- that we are her t0!
self from his chair so that the chair crashed under 113 a CWSU-mmamn WWWN 1'1 '
him ,, TO study, to; cram, tn cram,
Perchahce t0 Hunk again.
Leda Granger ttranslating about boxing contest AER there 5 the Wh-
in- Latim-JtFrequent blows wandered about their
ears and temples? t A JUNIOR'S DM'
h CONUNDRUMS UVith apnlmgies 1m in w; 11 t ,1
Why is H. Sessions, money like an umbrella? Lives of Seniors all mum m i
Because its a close r0111. We call milkt? WW WNW It
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r , , ' ,- p e . 6' , ,
Vt hy doesnt Leon H111 buy a .ans. Gmdes to 1mm smuc nthmx 2. :
Because he can't study two thmgs at omce. '
' - - w - h 1 0'uides. that Wl'hll h :m a w
Why IS Mary Upton hke Ohver r1WylSt? I bOlsltleilhjcr o'er 9C11001h$ 'mlfut mm
Bma I ' C, b 7 x . 5 f -
use She wants Mototre. A forlorn and Htmkmg lnmhvt.
?Ho got the sugar spoon In aLLegan?? Seeing: shall take heart zlgmw,
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' Let us, then, be up and thing.
Why does Mlke go with the Drfs daughter? And feed Our punies well.
He is afraid he will get ?his ,arm out 0f place. Still achieving. still Pursuing".
. h ' e , fmeml lmvlie
Why are Leon and Nona like magnesmm? 1 o prexent Mum l Til. III, I
use they are never found free.
Page 138 text:
From time immemorial there had been- a law in
Applegate county. Wfarwick, England, to the effect
that the mayor had the best of everything in town,
and, for instance, if one should say he had the best
coat in the place, he must add the words. ttExcept the
One day a stranger came to Applegate and had
dinner there at the inn. After paying his bill he said
to the landlord, tTve had the best dinner in the coun-
The Landlord: iiExcept the mayor?
The Stranger: ttExcept nothing?
.Xs a result the tourist was called before the mag-
istrate and fined ten pounds, for his breaking the laws
of the place.
When the man had paid the fine 'he looked around
him and said slowly: itl'm the biggest fool in town,
except the mayor."
Dewey tried to use his hammer.
Deweyis thumb received a slam:
Dewey then forgot his grammar
And softly nmrmured
itYe would, would ye ?"
MT. McChire-JWYhat is blue vitriol? anyone?
Miss Penrh-tt Jaris green."
Mr. tYilliams twriting permiO-ttMiss Alimen-
dinger, your name is too long."
Miss ik-WYell. I hope to change it some davfi
A Freshman with his book and
XV as working, so they say;
ut a Senior hurried'down the
And frightened him away. kin." -
.30 um: I
Saphomore: J. M m .
XVith frowning brows the Sopho 3" hi
Are puzzling o'er it yet; t" -
That hard, perplexing question W 411...
Of getting out of debt. .mm bu Cb '
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The tanned and freckled Junior gr? k 142': Cm" . e
Has one absorbing dream; j .i imKsF', !
She wants to own that kind of cow ?231' 1M- A
From which they get cold cream. : i .
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Four happy years Y' N ,1. 5"" '
We've stalled along together. ... s a d'
The memory of our many Hunks 3;: inn" Lo
Will stay with us forever. N 5, . '
. Va ihkt m!
McClure tin Chemq-JiMar. Bis Bum ""y n,
the past history of glass ?ii 7 W i JV I1",
Bishop twaking upJ-Jtlt didn,t ?JZM "l! W!
Caesars dead and buried, and SO 3:3.st H.
And where those two Old gents Kaihui h s
I wish their works would go. ' "in- h I
. gre Lon x
Page 140 text:
Angry Father-J Young 111a11,1li11nt I hear you
kissing my daughter last night?"
Young mane- N-11-11o I 1121s only smacking my
lips over the fudge she fed me.
Miss Dewey 1111 the l1a111-3'1Vhere is your slip.
Mr. Crow thesitatinglyT-J'I-I gave Mr. XVil-
liams the slip.U
Stung. stung stung!
By a lame imposing B!
X1111 1 111111111 that my tongue could utter
T he thoughts that arise in me.
0, well 1111' the brilliant ones
11'1111 study as if 'twere play! 1
0. well 1111' the Faculty too, '
11'110 fashion the B's each day.
A1111 the monthly tests go 011,
1Yith the questions long and hard:
111t O. for the welcome sight of an E.
XYith which to adorn my card!
Stung. stung. stung.
By a large blue pe11-cile11 B!
But the sweet reward of a higher mark
11'111 never be gained by me.
eTmuzysmz t ?1
TEN COMMANDMENTS OF THE HIGH ysc
I. This is your school to go to. Thou 3; him
say a word against it, but should do every 1' hmk'l
your power to honor it. mum M
II. Thou shalt not use any slang words '1' 'WHk h
1'stung" in the class-room. even if somebody " m m
113 mm 111
III. Thou shalt not skip.
IV. Thou shalt not take any note-
thine 01111 unless by special request of the 0W 1
V. Thou shalt not 11 ander through the 61"
ter the hfteen- minute bell rings without a 51
the desk. '
VI. Thou shalt not shake up any of the "',
or take thei1 ties even if they do remind you 1.1
importance at times.
VII. It is not best to take another fello
some place, especially if they are very thick. '
VIII. Thou shalt pass all the notes t
to you and shall have no desire to know W
IX.Tl1ou shouldst not want to break 117
ple when they are deeply in love. Let them '
happiness and you seek out a Frau Who is w
X. Honor all your teachers, even if:
Hunk you. and say nothing if your marks are
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