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

 - Class of 1913

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J1-:RRY's EPITAPH. No more he'll run a buzz machine- Gone where they don't use gasoline! AIN,T IT THE TRUTH. When a Freshman doesn't hear the teacher's question plainly, he says, in a subdued voice: "Pardon me, ma'am, but I didn't understand your question." A Sophomore says: "Will you please repeat that?" A Junior says: "What, sir?" A Senior says: "Huh!" A NATURAL SUPPOSAL. S. Thompson, "Vera, would you like a pet poodle ?" Vera M.: "Oh Pinky! This is so sudden." PSALM XXIII. fDedicatecl to a Member of the In-Bad Clubj 1. Dr. Wilson is my shepherd. I shall not want for trouble. 2. He maketh met to come down in his office g he lead- eth me to the accusing teacher. 3. She blackeneth my character, he leadeth me back to his office for his own sake. 4. Yea, though I walk through the halls of Manual Arts, I will fear much evil: for thou art near meg thy stu- dents and thy faculty they menace me. 5. Thou preparest to bawl me out in the presence of mine friends: thou canest me from school: my temper boil- eth over. 6. Surely bad luck and evil shall follow me all the days of my life, and I shall dwell in the high school building for- ever. i- N. E. Teacher: "Johnny, use the words, 'dozen' and 'toward' in a sentence." Johnny: "I dozen know how I toward my pants."-Ex. Music Store Proprietor Cinstructing new lad as store boyj : "Now, my boy, if a customer wants a violin, man- dolin, or flute, you know what to show them ?" Boy: "Yes, sir." "Proprietor: "And if he wants a lyre-- Boy-"I had better send for you." Page I 79

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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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One hundred years ago to-day, With wilderness here, With powder in his gun, the man Went out and got his deer. But now the thing is somewhat changed, And on another plan, With powder on her cheeks, the dear She goes and gets the man.-Ex. Miss Parsons fin "Expression"J : "Ignorance is dark- ness." Miss Griffin: "Well how about the proverb, 'When ignorance is bliss,' etc. ?" Miss Parsons: "Well, isn't darkness bliss ?" A young man led for a heart, The maid for a diamond playedg The old man came down with a club, And the sexton used a spade. A DEEP PLOT. Mrs. Colver fin Englishj: "And then we'll take the lives of Goldsmith and Burns." CAN You IMAGINE. Miss Carey not liked by anyone? Martin Zolle getting A? Ida White, Eleanor Kimble, Lucille Jackson, etc., get- ting D? Mr. Wagner not liking rococo things? Leslie Lynch in overalls? Bessie Lyon as a Salvation Army girl? Mr. Rice chastising Rufus Neville? Mr. Newell losing his temper? The Senior Class not being the best in the school? "Dutch" Waggoner as a minister? The Senate and Rostra having a debate? The cafeteria with nobody within a hundred feet of it at about 12 :10? Everybody in the school contributing something for the Annual? Page I 80

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