Centenary College of Louisiana - Yoncopin Yearbook (Shreveport, LA)

 - Class of 1930

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Wa Ul BAPTIST PREACHERS ' DELIGHT HANDCUFFTHE HANDS,ANCHOHTHE HEELS Page One Hundred Sixty-seven %l

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DONKEYPIN WHY: 1. Do we have to take Bible? 2. Doesn ' t Mr. Clark declare a dividend? 3. Does Doc George leave his office at 3 p. m. during Baseball season? 4. Does Coon Barnett hang around the Women ' s Dorm? 5. Do the K. A. ' s love their front porch? 6. Is there doubt about the location of the real Z T A cabin? 7. Did the dice roll seven when the Dean dropped them? 8. Are the Chi Deltas? 9. Didn ' t the P. U. T. ' s hire Anna Belle Jones for a house maid? 10. Didn ' t the Glee Club get a trip? 11. Can ' t we have a dance publicly? 12. Won ' t people work on the Yoncopin when they have promised to do so? Page One Hundred Sixty-six



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Vagie — Whom do you love, Clotilde? Clotilde — I love my mama and my papa. Jo Smith (watching lover on screen) — Cecil, why don ' t you make love to me like that? Cecil H. — Say, Honey, do you know they pay that guy big money for that? Charles Lee (over phone) — Doctor, how is Jackson? Doctor — Son, the poor chap is lying at Death ' s door. C. L. — That ' s just like him Doc, he ' ll lie with his last breath. George Wilson — Doc, what is a co-ed? Dr. King — A co-ed is an appetite with a skin drawn over it. Mr. Cline — Is a person born in Poland a Pole? Charlie Hunter — Yes, sir, that ' s what they are called. Mr. C. — Then is a person born in Holland called a Hole? Lovette — What ' s the best month to be married in? Clotilde — Janumapril. L. — G ' wan — there ' s no such month. C. — Then you understand. Johnson — Wilt thou? Harriel — Naw, I ain ' t one of them wiltin ' kind. Constable Malloy — No swimmin ' allowed here. J. Hanna — Well, who ' s swimming? " This lever, " explained the driving instructor, " breaks the back wheels. Do you understand. " " Yes, " replied Sue DeWit, " but I don ' t want them broken. " Beauty — You told me you never would tire of loving me before we were married. Cracker — Well, I never did before we were married. Doc Rushing tells us that there are two general classes of girls — those who do not know so much and those who know nothing at all. Page One Hundred Sixty-eight

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