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SCHOOL OPENS When school opened and tlie hordes, or should wc say schools of fish swam into Central ' s hall, it was hard to believe they would all grow up someday. Whale! Whale! Whale! One freshman asked the name of the Athletic Business Manager, and a senior told him Tytus L. Berry. What would he call the school board? A list of names of the school board sounds like a North Side Football team. Why couldn ' t wc have a Van Zandt, Loflfland, or Saam? Incidentally, you should notice the excellent picture of Mr. Boswell on page 93. TROPHIES The reason for the absence of new silverware in our show case is finally explained. Those responsible for the usual trophies decided that anyone who won as often as we did probably had no use for wassel bowls, anyway. At the last report they were making arrangements for earthen mugs for the lower division teams. " Anyway, " as Truman Power said, " a banquet would be breaking training. " Heh! Heh! A TRANSCRIPT (OR SOMETIN) Under a spreading chestnut tree A stubborn auto stands. The Smith, an angry man is he, With trouble on his hands. The carburetor seems to be The cause of all his woe. He tightens half a dozen bolts, But still it doesn ' t go. He sits beside the road to give His brain a chance to cool. And ponders on his training At the correspondence school. And then he starts his job once more And just by chance ' tis seen The cause of all his trouble is He ' s out of gasoline. — " Blub. " Ow llunJrrjThirly.fnuT
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The closing section of an annual always includes everything that could go no other place. In a way it is the junk heap of the book. But remember, many pearls have been found in junk heaps. Just as Gray said, " Many a gin of purest grain serene, etc. " The advertisements are really pearls. You perhaps will notice the scarcity of them. To us they are precious. Your book could not have come to you without the help of the advertisers. These firms believe they have made a sound investment in your book. They are willing to co- operate with you. You should be willing to co-operate with them. You can help prove the old adage IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE The codfish lays a million eggs. The barnyard hen but one; The codfish doesn ' t cackle To show what she has done. We scorn the modest codfish; The cackling hen we prize; Proving that beyond a doubt It pays to advertise. REWARD Anyone finding humor in the following pages please notify the proper authorities. One HunJreJ-Thirty-thref
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■ ' ■ i THANKS Pic ' tui ' t ' s i;o a long w.i ' iDw.ird ni.ikinj; .in aiiiuKil. In t.ict, .iny .iiiiui.il without pictures W ' OLikl lost ' t.iL ' c. I oinillc JkI thf " inut;i;mi; " for the annual this year. Besides doing the still work he took the motion pictures for the Panther show. He " reely " kept things moving. Wc used to wonder where these college an- nuals got all the stuff they put in their book. But after becoming acquainted with the con- dition of an annual office, wc realize " dirt " is about the onl) ' thing they could find. Foinillc Wiiiaiis Do itg a Good Turn for ihc Piiiitln-r Show THIS IS ANUDDER STORY Jimmy Kincaid was looking over prospects. Says he, " Gladness, what does your father do for a living? " Gladys Jones: " Oh, he owns some cows. " We hired a Broadway columnist to write about the duel between Judge John Randolph Thompson and Thomas Armstrong, but wc didn ' t like his work so decided not to say anything about it. We tried to get Walter Winchel, but he was over in Pekin, China. John Stevenson wanted to get pictures of the staff in characteristic poses. For instance, he wanted a picture of the athletic editor standing on his hands. We couldn ' t do it because it would have turned things upside down m the office. They did get one characteristic pose. Right to your left. Do No Disturb CInr llunJrtJTItitlyfiie
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