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Harvey Lingamfelter informed his father that his teachers like him -
so well that they have him sit where they can see him all the time. 1
Book Agent: "This book will do half your work." 2
Gladden Hull: "Give me two of them quick."
Prof. Bowman: "Where was the Declaration of Independence signed ?"
Florence Felton: "At the bottom of the page I suppose."
Mr. Townsend: "What did you do with the last ten dollars I gave
Forrest: "I bought a dollar's worth of oranges and apples and spent Z
the rest on dates." -
Faye Connor: "A penny for your thoughts."
Prof. Bowman: "I was thinking of going home."
Her father tat the head of the stairslz "Give him a dollar: it's
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Here's to the faculty,
Long may they live.
Even as long
As the lessons they give.
Fred Pinkerton: "President Mummart must be going blind."
Miss Hart: "Why ?" .
Fred Pinkerton: "The other day in the office he asked me twice where
my hat was, and it was on my head all the time."
Finals, finals everywhere,
With drops and drops of ink.
But never a Prof will leave the room
To give a fellow a chance to think.
Lesh: "Does history repeat itself ?"
Prof. Bowman: "Sure does, if you flunk in it."
Prof. Guha: "Erma, what's an icicle ?"
Erma Burton: "It is a stiff piece of ice."
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CAN YOU IMAGINE:
Eva Hileman losing girlie from her vocabulary?
Berene Swoveland not going home ovei the Week-end?
Loral Dravenstatt without her big brother ?
John Robison stopping a pig?
Miss Smith with her haii bobbed?
Arther Benner off of Himes street?
Ed Griffin Without kisses 'Z
Miss Paulman in vaudeville?
Kenneth Overly with his marcel wavei ?
Berniece Wynn going to Floiida via a Bus ?
Bui ton Hazzaidz Yes Dad Im a big gun at school.
Prof. Guha: Name something of importance today that was not
existing a hundred years ago
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Harvey Lingamfelteiz ' Do you like your teachers?
Millin Stephens: I tried it once and she got mad.
Paul Miller flovinglyj : 'You re a peach.
Ruth Harwood Tlhat s nothing. My father and mother were fm
Mrs. Catlin: "Be sure to file your experiments.
Wilbur Lemar: "Are they as rough as that?
Prof. Wolverton ion final exam.J : "I will not answer any question.
Ira Wolfe: "Shake, neither will I
Pres. Mummart: "Why aren't you taking Psychology the first
Marion Miller: "I've a coniiictf'
Pres. Mummart: "What ?"
Marion Miller: "Breakfast"
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