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Jerry-"Girls are prettier than boys."
Miss Brlllhart says that there are
some Freshman boys that remind
her of "jelly fish" because they
have no backbone.
Scotchie-"Who will become President
of our class when Ray leaves?"
Scotchie-"You're ure to keep it in
the family." -
The grocer bustled up to a customer
who had rested his arm on the
i freshly painted counter. "I'm
sorry," he said, "but didn't you
see the sign saying the paint is
fresh?" "Certainly," replied the
victim emphatically, " but I've so
often seen placards here announc-
ing fresh eggs, butter and vegeta-
bles, only to be deceived, that I
suspected this sign was nothing
but a pleasant fable."
Scotchie-"It takes a lot of wind to
play a trombone."
Freshie Girl-"Well, you'd ought to
he able to play one pretty well."
Glade-"I want a hat that will suit my
Storekeeper-"Yessir, a soft one?"
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Mr. Reed told the Economics class
that they used "iron stones" for
money in the Pacific Isands.
Young Man-"I want a dozen nice ros-
es for a very particular girl. She
is my fiancee."
Salesgirl-"If she's going to marry
you she can't be very particular."
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What jewel is most popular with the
Base Ball Diamond.
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