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The old fountain pen is Covered with rust,
liut sturdy and staunch it stands,
And the old school books are strong with must
And the papers cling to the hands.
'liime was when the fountain pen was new
And the school books were used every where,
That was the time when the boy rushed in
And slammed them in a Chair
'il'll put 'em away when I come hack,
They won't slide offfl he said.
So he heat it down to the swimmin' hole
Like he was out of his head.
fYou've heen there perhaps sometimes.
You know just how it goesg
XVhere a guy happens to throw his hooks
Nobody ever knows.,
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lfach in the same old place.
Awaiting the grab of the searching' hand
And the grin on the sunburned face.
Cl really hate to end this tale,
But l am sadly stuck
l'll have to hurry to my Geoin
Ur l'll he our of luck.,
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Our High School is in a terrible condition, a deplorable condition. ln fact it is
now so bad that we, the noble staff are losing valuable sleep over it.
The first magnanimous discord is "The Chewing Gum Menaceu or "The
Broken Jaw." As soon as we step in the door we 'ihearu that it is good. Every-
where we turn we are confronted by gaping mouths which waggle perpetually and at
the same time try to talk lfnglish Whenever we walk we tread on sticky, stretchy,
clinging gobs of worn out chicle. Little mounds, like wasp nests, on seats, walls,
tables, etc., are merely the last resting places of the brave soldiers from YVrigley. The
tinfoil wrappers overflow the waste baskets, litter the floor, and congest the hallways.
No longer does the smell of the HSpanish National Flower" perfume the breeze. It
is replaced by the stale odor of Spearmint, Doublemint, or Juicy-Fruit. Our High
School motto seems to have become "Chew it after eiery meal, and until the next
one." The only reason we do not put our nickels in the Monday savings account
is that there are no nickels left after buying the daily stock of gum. ln actual figures
compiled by Mr. Martz, if all the gum used in one year was rolled into a hall it would
overshadow the moon, which, according to Miss Lindsey would be indeed disastrous.
The second reason for our insomnia is "Clur Bo Problem" or HYVh' Thev
Split Their Pants." No longer do we see the modest, sensible old fashioned form of
trousers. They are now ripped up the side anywhere from six inches to six feet, and
sometimes a bit of lace is inserted in the aperture. This fad has probably been started
bv the Paris, Boston and lvory Companies as an advertisement. lfveryone who owns
a pair of scissors or a razor has his trousers split liach morning we hear them Hop-
ping as they approach old G. H. S. They Hop, Hop, flop in time to the syncopation
of their owner's jaw on a strip of eating gum. Now this new form of Scottish kilts
would not be so bad, were it DOI for the colds contracted from undue exposure
This in turn causes a great increase in the consumption of camphor, and if it is not
soon stopped we will not have any more moth-balls.
The third and last article on our list of reasons for floor walking is i'The Pow-
der Canf' No, no, don't become nervous, it won't explode, we were referring to a
can containing face-powder. These Means" are built on the general plan of a
corpulent half dollar, and are carried everywhere. At breakfast or dinner, in school
or out, at dance or party, you may see the girls in the act of redecorating the landscape.
Nor is it confined merely to girls. The female end of the faculty, our mothers, and
even our grandmothers do it. Sometimes you will even rind certain young men who
have so far forgotten their dignity as to borrow a Ucann from some sweet young thing.
These conditions are outrageous and are leading us to certain ruin, but even these
could be borne stoically, were it not for the possible dangers of this Wide-spread habit.
Suppose now that just after the female population had linishcd powdering and started
for school, that there should come a big wind. It would raise such a dust cloud that
the people in Cincinnati would think the Town Hall was on tire, and maybe someone
would have heart-failure and die. Ur, suppose it should suddenly start raining. The
powder would be washed off in such quantities that it would clog the storm sewers and
we would have a big Hood.
Therefore we enter our plea for shorter hours, more pay, and less work.
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Regularly enrolled. . . ...
Expect to get rich , . . . ..
Get rich .4.... ..,. ,... . .
Talk about liinstein's theory . . ..
Know what it is ....... . .,
Talk about their Hdatesn. . . .
Have udates' '.............,. . . .. .
Refer to Principal Hailey as C. l.. .. ,..
Refer to him as Bailey ....., , , . ,.
Refer to him as Mr. liailey ,... .
Refer to him as Principal Bailey. . . . ,
Don't refer to him at all ..,.. . . ,
Kick about their lessons..
Have any kick coming . .. ...
'lihink they're funny. ...
Arefunny .........., ,.
Talk about the ill effects of 'shot fudge suntlaex' . .
liat Hhot fudge Sundaesh .
Agree with their teachers .... , . . .
Understand them ,....,.,,
Uwe theme paper, pens, pencil
lfxpect to pay it ...., ...,.. . . . , . .
Roast about our good library . , . . .
Lise it ....,........,. .. .
Rave about "Rudolph" . . .
Number of girls in H. S. ..
Think this column is rotten. .. .. ............. . ......
lixixi.-x JANE Hi-:RkHi2mrR,
G. H. S. lDIi!'CC'f0ll1'
Go to Miss Kidwell to learn manners.
Go to Turkey YVarner and Peg Landis for advice on being happy.
G0 to Mr. Nletzger for an innocent expression.
Goto Lenore for a hne line of make up.
G0 to Leona for advice on selling annuals.
Go to Stentzel for a full line of shoe goods
Go to Norma to learn how to Hitt successfully.
Go to Mr. Bailey for advice on skipping
G0 to Mr. Allen for advice on YVoman Suffrage.
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