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My length-Harold fI..egj Smith.
My giggles-Katharine Ickis.
My big brown eyes-Alice fMinD Sherwood.
The number of touchdowns to my credit-Earnest fhiatj Bartle.
My eyebrows-Margaret Faulk.
My charming dimples-James Cusack.
My literary style--F rank Boortz.
My conscientiousness-James Brady.
My sunny disposition-Georgia Bacon.
How well I like school boys-Miss Braucht.
My popularity-George fSlitzl Wickman.
My grades-Ralph Heeren.
My power over the boys-Darling Steers.
My slick pompador-Willis Warner.
My general knowledge of everything-Miss Jeffrey.
My gait-Areta Bender.
The Ingersoll midgets Cl-lelen Donovan and Ardath Hitchcockj.
football fan-Elizabeth fl..izJ Royce.
oratory-Franklin Agnew KF. E. A.,
My vocabulary-Ruth Perry.
How often I get bawled out-Edwin Keith.
My red top piece-John Bray.
My cute bangs-Margaret Snyder.
My hair ribbon-Helen Keefe.
My dazzling smile--Miss Tewksbury.
My pose-Thelma Lamb.
My chic style-Camille Hollster.
The Tennis Champion of C. H. S.-Lucille Wilson.
merry laugh-Mary Thompson.
My personality-plus-Katharine McGregor
That I'm a blonde-Beryl Pierce.
The ladies' man-Carl Ours.
My importance to the Freshman class-Carnot Thomas.
My musical talent-Garnet Tisue.
My coiffure-Etta Spear.
My sonorous voice-Mr. Gettys.
My pearly teeth-George fBillieJ Auracher.
My rapidity CPD Clayton Bacon.
My wedding ring-Mrs. Brunson.
The Sophomore Class-Everybody.
Miss Tewksbury: "Floyd how is Ah and Aw expressed in shorthand?"
Floyd Henry: "I don't believe I know."
Miss Tewksbury: "Well, for instance if you had a head."
A certain boy in Miss Tewksbury's room was tapping his head and making a
with his mouth as though his head was empty.
Miss Tewksbury: "That isn't necessary."
What's the use of knowing so much, if what you know ain't so?
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Page 99 text:
Pompeii was destroyed by an eruption of saliva.
All who take nart in th- Olympian games must be greece.
The main provision of the "Mayflower Compact" was potatoes.
Three kinds of teeth are false teeth, gold teeth and silver teeth and wisdom teeth.
Smallpox and typhoid can be prevented by fascination.
Guerilla warfare is when soldiers ride on guerillas.
The Rosetta Stone was a lady missionary who went to Turkey and was cap-
tured by the brigands.
The invention of the steam boat caused a network of rivers to spring up.
"I dote upon oaks." said the languishing maid,
So noble, so stately, though few:
"Tell me, now, Mr. Smith, what's your favorite tree?"
And he tenderly answered her, "Yew."
J. B.: "What keeps people from falling off the earth?"
The law of gravitation.
D. R.: "How did they stay on before that law was passed?"
Hilcling: "Every time I laugh in Latin l'm sent to the oflicef'
Carnot: "How do vou laugh in Latin?"
Heard in Science: "What is oxygen?"
"Oxygen is an eight-sided figure."
James Cusak fin bookkeepingjz "I don't believe I can find that mistake.
Miss Tewksbury: "wel, go ahead and do your best. You won't always have
Charles Birge fcomplementing himselflz "Well, if I do say it myself, I sure
do take a good picture."
Miss Jeffery: "Clayton, wfiy clidn't old Ester Dudley send invitations instead
of having a servant com: from the mirror and knock at the gravestones telling the
bodies in the graves to come to the party?"
Clayton Bacon: "She couldn't very well."
Miss Jeffery: "Oh I see. Didn't know their addresses probably.
Prof. Stevens: John, why does the system need water?,'
John Bray: "To keep it juicy."
Margaret McCoy fin A bookkeepinglz "Is a proof trial balance supposed to
Commercial Geography, Discussing Fish-
Yale Sandeman: "Why whales are not fish. They have legs."
Mr. Stevens: Strawberries are sometimes grown in cellars in the spring."
Gladys E.: "That must be why we get so many green ones."
. 'blve wonder if Miss Jordan and Miss Bell will ever slide down the banisters
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