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Page 137 text:
I. Wlie1'e all of the Annual money goes to and why?
2. W'hy Lanier Morris is called Bull-dog?
3. How many dates can Dot Stanley have in one night?
4. Did Harold lfarmer really have lipstick on his coat lapel?
S. Wli.1t time did Dale Priest get home from Aileen XVestbrook's dance and why?
6. XVhy Rab Grady took A. V. M. to the Fort Wforth Club New Year's Iive, and did his conscience
7. W'hat kind of lipstick does Sam Asper like best?
8. XWhat is the point to Oeie Peterson's fish story?
9. W'hy Loftis Stroud is called the "Baron?"
10. Wliy' Hastings Pannill's initials are R. G.?
l l. Wliy' it takes the Cadets to throw such a good dance?
12. Wliy' Jo Marie Bevans thinks The Fair Store always has the best ads and goods and wares and mer-
13. Wfho Bill Lloyd's S. A. is?
14. XVhy do we put this on a perfectly good grind page?
"GOOD, TI-IEY'VE GOT TO BE GOOD," remarked the warden as he fastened up the prisoners in
NONWED TO RUTH"
Ruth rode in a new cycle car
In the seat back of me-
I took a bump at sixty-Eve
And rode on Ruthlessly.
DIG INTO THIS ONE
During one of Mr. Gregory's interesting lectures on something besides chemistry, he was heard to
have asked this question: "Have you heard the joke about the Egyptian guide who showed a group of
tourists two skulls of Tutankhamen, one when
he was a boy and one when was a man?"
"Boots" Beavers and AI. W. Floore have been
competing with each other to see which one can
have had the more wrecks by the time school
is out. At one time immediately following one
of KI. NV.'s wrecks, he crawled out from under X
the car and said to a bystander, "I had the right YT
of way, didn't I?" "Yes," said the gentleman, y
"but the other fellow had a truck."
In the lunehroom a group of boys have en-
tered into a contest to see which one can break
the most dishes at one time. The winner of
this contest was Bob Baird: however, he was ex- "Say, Sjmrf, My I7zu1flu'r'1'J I'll'il'lIfI','TZ7f.Y is XVIIII. S.
polled for his championship. Moore lmrilzg luis mug zflujrjml
Om' Iluuilrril-'I'lurl v-llirri'
Page 136 text:
The POWER to Grow
West Texas, the New Empire, literally has the POWER to grow. The discov-
ery of oil, the extension of the electric power lines and the construction of new
rail lines have formed a mighty triumvirate, the foundations of a prosperous ter-
ritory. But back of these material things is the real reason for solid growth-
Texas Electric Service Company, supplying electric power to 65 cities and
towns in West Texas, realizes that the greatest resource of this New Empire is its
progressive citizens. Oil, electric power and railroads are of little benefit unless
there are men who dream, visualize and use these material things to make their
dreams come true.
Ample electric power is one of the first requirements of a growing territory
and the Texas Electric Service Company cheerfully assumes its responsibility to
aid in every practical way the development of the New Empire of West Texas.
Texas Electric Service Company
another Babcock Example
of FINE Printing
The BABCOCK COMPANY, Inc.
lll7 Florence St. Telephone 2,9219
Page 138 text:
PANTHER STAFF IN
f-5533, Have you got that panel finished-
1 " Q 1 Louise, where's the paste?-in the waste
X Q basket-go see Miss Burns-she will tell
you-give you term paper-for the en-
F, figx- ,-I N- graver-to be used-there in the corner-
f under that stack of books-when the
4 book comes out-who stuck this picture
on'- Bill Moore's big feet - take this
wr1te-up- to-the ring-leader-of the
Student Council uprising-and, Edgar,
look here-get it strai hr now-I don't
X h If g h
1-X . 3 want it t at wa - ou ave to tear u
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this office-and throw it out the window
i -we must have quiet so we can-chew
' 'I f our gum to a frazzle-which is dedi-
f' gs cated to Clark Gable in Hollywood who
I u 5- rg" 4 -will spend a 353,000,000 budget for en-
: f. ' fi . ' . . .
' I- - dp" 1 ravin next-will o to the rinter to-
v, W C s g s P
5 Q ,, N morrow if-I don't get a letter saying he
'I' A ' ' is-in the middle of the a e-did ou
P S Y
Capt. Stitt: "Mark time!" ever find out what we were to-I went
Jack Dem: ..What with Sinn to see him yesterday and he said-that ad
A copy from-see about those last two car-
Capt. Stittz 3 "Your feet, of course! Do you think you'd toons-I told Dorothy to type those-
use your hands' Whatis this boy's name-I can't read this
Jack Dent: "Clocks do, sir!" -aw, letls call it a day.
THE NIGHT BEFORE THE FINALS
"Who was this guy Pizarro, anyway?',
"Fellow the Pierce-Arrow car was named after, you blankety-blank idiot! How do you manage to
sit up in a class a whole year and not absorb anything at all, I can't see. Now me-I'll admit I don't
study, but I do pay attention! Where was I? Oh, yeah-Coronado was with Cortez at first, but he got a
hunch he'll pile up more dough if he played single, so he cut the party, and-"
"Say, did you get out on the Coronado Beach when you were in California last summer? Hot dogs,
scenic railways, bathing beauties, and more ocean than a tee-totaller could drink in a year. Met a cute
Shut up, dog! S2 from 465 leaves 431. That's the number of pages we've still got to study, and
at the rate we are going, it won't take much more than 42 hours. As I was saying, in 1506-or was it
1605?-the pope issued a bull saying which land belonged to which-"
"In French we read a story the other day about the pope's mule. He must be quite a hick-mules,
bulls, etc. Hey, y0u're smothering me! What do you think I am, anywahy?,'
"Isabelle died before long, so Columbus found himself minus a job. He decided to-U
"Say, did I tell you Edward Dato got a place with the American Welding Company, and he says-"
And so on far into the night.
MORAL: If you study your lessons two by two,
Y0u,ll flunk them one by one!
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