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THE 1933 PANTHER NINETEEN WEEKS TEST
DIRECTIONS: Below are twenty-eight statements. Some are true and some are filse Plice 1 plus
before statements that are true and a zero Q05 before those that are false.
Haley Aycock is a prize chump.
Albert O'Conner has hallucinations of being Pavlowa.
Ghio Dickerson is known to be brilliant.
Mac Boring, Jr., is not a bear with the ladies.
Madeline Crimmins is not destined to be an old maid.
None of the members of the Senate are snakes-in-the-grass.
Wesley Boyer always picks a nice, big fat girl.
With their dearth of brains Elroy Biekcl and Sol Gilbert should retire.
A certain boy should put Alice Virginia Martin into circulation oftener.
"Boots" Beavers is the worst Miss Adams can offer, except J. W. Floore
Betty Lydick is not socially ambitious.
Raymond Hopkins kidded the faculty into believing he was intelligent.
Everybody thinks Johnny Long is O. K.
Josephine Jackson gets what she wants.
Mary McDermott is a quiet, demure, young thing.
Maurice Liston should be on the football team at least one more year.
LaVerne Lloyd is a male.
The Spanish Club is still on the rocks.
Some one student in Central possibly thinks Dorothy Farrington is O. K
Joe Harold Farmer is considered Wise.
Byron Buckeridge should be attended to.
William S. Moore, Jr., is considered less abominable than Roy Mays.
Jack Barcroft should be boiled in oil.
Bill Scott is seen on the campus occasionally.
Jimmy Binford withdrew from school on account of ill health.
Aileen Westbrook is learning to talk English.
"Fisl1y', Herman is getting plump.
Did you enjoy this test?
Your opinion on the above questions will be the correct answer.
During a discussion on Thomas Carlyle in Miss Lucy Hardy Adam's 4B English class Mr Willilm
S. Moore has been heard to say, "Well, I could think if I had a mind too, my feathered friend
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THE WRONG OF THE SONGS
"Honey," "I'm Temporarily Blueng so "Call Me Darling" "Just One More Time," and "I Don't
Blame Youn "If You Refusef' cause "I Don't Know the Music." "I Don't Supposen you know that
"You Were My Salvation," but "Too Late" "You Called It Madness," and since 'Tm Guilty," here I am
"All Dressed Up in a Broken Heart" with "Time On My Hands," and "To Be Worthy of Youn is "My
Desire," but I would have to "Meet the Missesf, and though "Sheis So Nice" and "Iris Great to Be in
Love," nevertheless I'd rather say it with "Violets," and maybe after all it is just a "Faded Summer's Love."
I knew that I was "Begging For Love,', but be sensible, "Dina," and "I Promise You" that "I'm Blue"
when you are "Away From My Side," and "I'm Confessin' U that 'You Could Have Been the One Baby,"
but "Back Home in Indiana" there is an "Old Playmate" who wouldn't understand which "One of Us
Was Wrong" and on a Saturday "The Bells of Avalon" are to ring for "Mary and Me." "I'm Sorry Dear,"
but "Please Little Girl," "You Find Somebody Else."
After a long practice on a hot afternoon Coach Winkleman said to Bill Brandon, "Did you take a
shower?" Imagine his surprise when Bill answered, "No, is there one missing?"
FAMOUS QUOTATIONS Ctaken from Exam papersj
1. "The cause of the high death rate in China is infant immoralityf' QRaymond Hopkinsj
2. "A libel suit is the punishment you get for writing something you think but know you shouldn't
sayf' QLawrence Barnesj
3. "Franklin Delano Roosevelt was a member of the Constitutional Conventionf' fHarold Farmerj
4. " 'On Walking the Streets of London' is a description of life in rural England." fMartha Burns.Q
5. "Bi-centennial means hearing more about George Washington." fByron Buckeridgej
6. "The Gettysburg Address was written by Patrick Henry."
7. f'The product of the pine tree is the pineapple." fEddy
8. "Chivalry is the attitude of a man towards a strange wo-
man." Uimmy Binfordj
9. "It was raining cats and dogs, and there were poodles in the
streets." fOcie Petersonj
10. "A man is an animal split halfway up, walking on the split
endf, QGlen Galawayj
11. "Gravitation is that if there were none, we would fly away."
CNancy Lee McConnellJ
12. "Naturalization is the country, the forests, rivers, and moun-
tains, and other sights." QEdith Blakewayj
13. "The question of the hour is, 'What time is it?' " QWm. S.
No Crosswords--No Puzzle Moore,
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. Exclamation of a girl when she sees a rat. 9. French word meaning Something Cwe d0n't
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. When we will have sororities and fraternities 10' Abbreviation for the opposite to left'
in School. 11. The girl that took our rib and then went to
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. llgjfgfiymber of girls we can take care of suc 12. Something 3 few girls haven,t.
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15. Latin word meaning love gif there is such a
. The blossoming flower of manhood. thing nowj,
. A Journalism student's bad dream. 16- S0ITlCb0dY'S if1iIi31S-
17. Where inebriates are placed in Fort Worth. 18' Did you eXP?Ct us to make all these things
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. A species t at is nearly extinct. 19- A character in the Bible.
. Abbreviation for Joe. 20. An. '
- The Edifofis S- A' if Seems fwhcn this Went 21. The stuff that certain "chown houses push
I0 Pfessl- off on us for butter.
. The noises a cow makes fwith its voicej. 22. Latin word meaning Ngo."
PARADISE PURGATORY INFERNO
A shaded room, The self-same room The room, the nook
an open Hreg with lights just fewg the shade, the fire
A cozy nook, The same little nook The greatest chance-
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