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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."
fDedicatecl to a Member of the In-Bad Clubj
1. Dr. Wilson is my shepherd. I shall not want for
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-
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."
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