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Page 186 text:
EXTTA LARGE ONE NEEDED.
"A five-cent mouse-trap, please," said Edna Worman,
on her way to school, as she stopped at the grocery store.
"And quick, I want to catch a car."
BRILLIANT ANSWERS IN HISTORY CLASSES.
iShou'ing How Conversant Students Are With Present
World Affairs and Prominent Pe1'sons.J
"Orchestra leader of J. Addams' Chorus.
"Wea1thiest woman in United States."
"Ran for Presidency on Prohibition ticket."
"Ran for Presidency on Democratic ticket."
"Politician and speaker of California."
"Was the Frenchman who helped the United States in
the Revolutionary War."
"Inventor of flowers and fruits."
"First to start grafting."
"A great propagator of plants."
"Vice-President with President Taft."
"Great 'violist' fvocalist?D"
"Most noted soprano in World."
"Repub1ican nomineefor President.
"One of the heads of Salt Lake R. R.
"President of Standard Oil Co."
"Mayor of Chicago."
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Tomy Lake attending a pink tea?
Gale Selig in a bathing suit?
Jerry Ryder driving his machine at 4 miles per hour?
Wheeler Chase singing a song?
Percy Jones ragging?
Roger Sturgis letting anybody "ditch" detention?
Mildred Snider playing cards?
Seniors "ditching" gym.? COh, my! no!D
Theresa Goss, Myra Dell Grether and Paul Williams re-
fusing to speak at meetings?
Lillian Mettler looking dignified?
Russell Bailey and Jesse Lovejoy with their mouths
muzzled at a baseball game?
Kenneth McKinley as a ballet dancer?
Grace Eberts as an emotional actress?
Goodwin Knight not talking to somebody? CM. SJ-
Manual Arts spirit dead?
Forrester Chase superintending a Sunday-school
Mrs. Colver talking slow?
Langdon Smead ceasing to be popular? N E
First it was a "daffy-dill"
That used to make me swear,
If Mississippi stole the clothes,
What would Delaware?
Then it was the old "P, S."
That came from Mr. Wad,
But even this, with all its bliss
Was finally undertrod.
Then did they cry: "Oh, Pm the Guy,"
But even this got sour.
So they made up another lie.
And yelled it by the hour,
And now as I go down the street,
Or if I'm in a hurry,
I hear old maids, and young ones sweet,
All shouting, "I should worry!"
Mildred Kennedy, Louise Phelan, and Grace Pierce sep-
Page 187 text:
The Senior class of Manual Arts
Would pass through floods or fiery darts,
Ere they would miss a single day,
Or from their studies stay away.
So this sad tale, I now relate,
fAlas, that such should be her fate lb
Befell a maiden of our class
As from the car she tried to pass.
T'was pouring as it must have poured
When Noah in his ark explored
The mighty deep. Thes streets were lakes
The telephone poles looked like stakes.
The car moved on with cautious pace,
CA sail boat had been more in placel.
In front of Manual Arts it paused,
And list the signal that it caused!
A lovely maid, with stately mien,
Arose, in hobbled gown of greeng
Surveyed the scene in sheer airight.
Then summoned courage to alight.
In charming costume of the sea
She might have Won. But the decree
Of Fashion's foibles, coiffure, gown,
Combined their weight to pull her down.
But lo! a hero now appears-
A gallant youth of tender years.
From window ledge three stories high
He leaps Without a fear or sigh.
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