Manual Arts High School - Artisan Yearbook (Los Angeles, CA)

 - Class of 1913

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There was a young lady named Lou, Whose suitors were more than a few, One specially simtten Once gave her a kitten, Said he, "I've a feline for you."-Ex. If Smead is worth 18 points, how much is Teits CtightsJ worth? Student fentering M. A. weekly ofiiceb : "I want your paper for a week back." Busy Editor: "You had better try a porous plaster." Visiting Philanthropist: "Good morning, madam. I am collecting for the Drunkard's Home." Mrs. McGuire: "Sure, I'm glad of it-if yez call around to-night, yez can take my husband."--Ex. Mildred Kennedy: "Is my hat on straight?" Louise Phelan: "No, one eye still shows." She: "You ought to see my new hat. It's a perfect poem." He: "Yes, a poem entitled, 'Owed to the Millinerf "- Ex. -- THE BASEBALL GAME-LATEST REPORT. The game was called with Molasses at the stick. Small- pox was catching. Coal was in the box and had lots of steam. Horn was playing first base, and Fiddle, second base. Corn was in the field and Apple was umpire. When Ax came to bat, he choppedg and Coal let Brick, Rock and Saw dust fill the bases. Song made a hit and Twenty made a score. Foot kicked and said that Apple was rotten. Bal- loon started to pitch, but went up in the air. When Spider caught a fly, the crowd cheered. Ice kept cooling the game until Coal burnt him with a pitched ball. You should have heard Ice-cream. Cabbage had a good head, and kept quiet, but Organ refused to play, and Bread loafed around. In the fifth inning Wind began to blow about what he could do, and Hammer began to knockg then the trees began Page l 77

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Leland Sharp: "I love you, Cali, Calilu Calla Mathewson: "Really, Leland, I hardly know what to say." Leland Sharp Clooking surprised, but continuing his songl : "I love you, California." His football he knows through and through His other subjects, skims. He neglects the higher branches To improve the lower limbs. HE SUSPECTS HIS LITTLE PUPILS. Wheeler Chase: "They get these diamonds in a volcano or some place where it's hot." Mr. Fonda: "Do you think that some of us have pretty good prospects for diamonds then." SCRUBS MUST BE So TREATED. Mr. Chase fstopping two boys in the halllz "Were you boys talking." Boys: "No, sir." Mr. Chase: "Well, you go to the office and tell them that Mr. Chase says you were talking." IN ART HISTORY. Mr. Wagner fpointing to a picture of Venusj : "She is two thousand years old." John Whitelaw: "Well, she doesn't look over twenty." JUST LIKE HIM. Mr. Fenwick: "The reason that man is the more gen- eral term is because man embraces woman." Boy fsotto vocej : "Gee! he's got the right idea." THE BASEBALL SEASON Is ON. Miss Grant: "What can you say of the Medes and Persians?" Pupil: "I never keep track of those minor league teams." Page I 76



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to leave. Knife was put out for cutting first base. There was lots of betting on the game and Egg went broke, but Soap cleaned them all up. They all kicked, when in the heat of the game, Coal was put out, and his future temporarily cooked, but not before he roasted Pork good for his pig-headedness. The score was 1 to 0. Oats was shocked, not having a grain of sense. Trombone tried to slide, but was put out. When the game was over the score was 2 to 1. Door said that if he pitched he would have shut them out. They had never met B-4, But what had she 2 care, She loved him 10-derly, For he was a 1,000,000 aire.-Ex. A newly captured horsethief Dangled from a tree, In a whisper hoarse he muttered "This suspense is killing me."-Ex. Boy: "Say, sir, What's the best Way to teach a girl how to swim ?" Instructor: "First you put your left arm under her waist, and then you gently take her left hand-" Boy: "Aw, come off! She's my sister." Instructor: "Push her off the dock." LOUD AND DEEP! "I failed in Latin, Flunked in Chem," The boy said with a hiss, "And I want to find The guy who said That ignorance is bliss." OF COURSE NOT. Girl fattempting to live up to advanced ideasl : "The men of this age are certainly terrible! To-day a young chap kept watching me. Of course, I didn't take the slightest notice of him. He was a tall man, and looked like an Eng- lishman, with great blue, sentimental eyes." Page l78

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