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Page 103 text:
B. in Physiology: "When we get through drawing the outline of the back
bone, I will get a specimen for you to study. I think Mr. Stephens has one
Tewkslsury to Ralph Van: "Ralph, will you please turn around you
gossip more than an old woman."
try to bluff the teachers. Others did it, but you don't hear them boasting
The Freshman stood on the burning deck
But so far as I could learn,
He stood in perfect safety
For he was too green to burn.
Caesar conquered nations
A mighty man was he,
His glory has not departed
He has even conquered me.
"EF YOU DON'T WATCH OUT
Vvhen you're loalin' in the halls
And a havin' peeks of fun-
A laughin' and a talkin' and
Makin' all things hum,
You'd better be a listenin' and
A sorter lookin' out,
Or someones guine to nab you, ef
You don't watch out. s
When you're stayin' out of chapel,
Not a zactly just for fun,
But to copy up a note book that
Had orter long been done,
You'd better eye the door, and be
Kinder lookin' out,
Er the prof's'll see you, ef you
Don't watch out.
WANT TO KNOW COLUMN
every one likes chapel?
some slips are yellow?
we all like to get our cards?
it is wrong to wear aprons and overalls?
Lolo Kessler cut her fingers?
Harold Smith always makes mistakes in reading shorthand?
hom did Caeser propose?
we always want James Brady to play in chapel?
every body likes to chew gum?
some one is absent every day?
B. Pierce eats her breakfast on the way to school?
Caesar did not write his Gallic Wars in English?
there isn't a boys' cooking class?
does John Agnew and Mary Madison arrive at the same lime?
G. Auracher dropped music?
Page 102 text:
M. T. Un Caesarlz "What is the difference between Roman feet and our feet?"
Miss K.: "They are bigger."
Mr. Gettys Cln Economics to Olive Belluslz "Why do we water stock?"
Olive made no reply. n
Mr. Gettys: "I don't mean the kind of stock you are thinking of."
Sophomore History Class-
Charles Edaburn was causing a disturbance. .
Mr. Gettys: "Charles, cut that out! I know you are big, but you don't need
to take up two or three seats."
Ask Katherine Ickis if she knows how to prime a German lugar gun yet.
Ask Carl Ours how he likes the egg on toast the Camp Fire Girls serve.
In Commercial Geography-
Miss Tewskbury: "What is irrigation?"
G. Wickman: "Artificial water."
L. Bryan tozl-l. Brown: "ls that my arm over on your desk?"
H. Brown: "No, it is mine but you can borrow it."
B. Pierce to Mr. Stevens: "Are those thumb tax?"
flqhey were nails.J -
L. Blummer in Pedagogy: "A bachelor ought to pay taxes for he has no one
to support except himself."
B. Pierce to M. Ickis: "ls your back leather?" fMeaning Girl Graduate
leather back bookj
B. Pierce: "Well, Hester, is Walter going to be a minister?"
H. Zollars: "No, do you think I would marry a minister?"
Miss ordan: "A fool can ask more uestions than an wise man can answer."
This class of '22 has a splendid "Karrer," it is "Brown" decorated with "Rose"
The "Homes" of this car is in New "York," the garage is locked with two
strong "Keys," so we are sure no "Taylor" can enter it.
Often for "Ours" this car is seen running about "Gilman" until they "Mad-
den" the cop. He calls "I-larsh"ly to them, but they go on. He says, "I would
sooner see a dozen 'Riggs' than one car.
The Freshmen have a "Brown" "Forcl." It is "Comfort" to ride in this
"Karrer." One "Knight" as they were rfcling, they hit a snow "White" "l..amb."
The little "Lamb" "Fell" into the creek. -A "Porter" who was passing the "Peak"
over the bridge saw it "Wade" along the western shore. A "Longshore" it was.
H'e helped it cut. The "Lamb" was "Gray" with mud. It ran away and was
seen no "More"
Page 104 text:
iL1I!Il5 1R1I 1R5
Myra is the girl with the auburn hair
Whenever she is wanted she is always there
She has decided to teach
Instead of to preach
And will make a name for herself somewhere.
There is a girl named Ruth Perry
Who always has an air quite merry
She recites by the yard
And never gets tired
We wonder if her friend's name is Harry.
We are members of C. H. S.
This anyone could .surely guess
We're happy and bright
Enjoy a class fight
And often the faculty distress.
There is an English teacher named Jordan
Some knowledge she's always a hoardin'
She seems very smart
And always takes part
In helpin' us with our English absorbin'.
There's a cute little girl namecl Helen
This year she is takin' some spellin'
Her eyes are brown
She acts like a clown
And always has somethin' she's tellin'.
There was a teacher named Patt
Who at her desk always sat
She's liked very much
By the "Sophies" ancl such
Because she ne'er flunks them quite Hat.
There's a Senior girl who's full of fun
We call her "Liz"-but she's not a tin one
She sings in the Glee Club
Does not Athletics snub
And to all parties she's sure to come.
The youngest professor's name is joe
He likes all the ladies of whom we know
His hair is as slick
As ice on a brick
Is that why they fall for him so?
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