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i i i Prof. Swor: “Ruth Jacoway worries me to death. She is continually smiling at me in my classes.” Prof. Blaine: “Give her an ‘A’ and she will quit quilling you.” i i i Willard Bond: “Could you learn to love me?” Evie Stringer: “I don’t know; I learned to eat spinach.” i i i “So you have another little baby in your home, Mr. Smith. Is it a boy or girl?” “Girl, sir.” “And your other little one is of the contrary sex, I believe.” “Yes, sir, another girl.” iii Leo: “I kissed her when she wasn’t looking.” Frank: “What did she do?” Leo: “She wouldn’t look at me the rest of the evening.” Ratliff: “Darling, there has been something trembling on my lips for months and months.” Helen Baker: “So I see. Why don’t you shave it off?” i i i Woodson: “Ava Burton smokes incessantly, doesn’t she?” W. E.: “Well, she ought to, she’s hot enough.” i i i He has the teacher spotted, It really is a shame. And now he sits down calmly And coolly writes his name. But now his groans are heavy, A tear his paper blots, For he is like a leopard — He cannot change his spots. i i i Clothes make the man : lack of them the co-ed. Mr. O’Neil finally gets to make an announcement in chapel .
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Vvv FOREWORD OU who have read thus far in this book are to be congratulated for having a world of patience. Now here is a tip. If you have an ingrowing toenail, a sense of humor, or if you are in love, STOP! But nobody ever listens to an editor or to a professor. If you do not like the contents, we are sorry. Send your annual to Tom Ashley and he will refund your money. If you get your feelings hurt, we are sorry, too. Write to the editor about it. He’ll apologize, maybe. His address will be the State Insane Asylum, Jackson, Mississippi. One thing fur- ther. If you think this section can be improved, don’t get stuck up. We thought so long before you did. There are several students to whom, in the preceding sec- tions, we have failed to give the honorable mention which they think rightfully belongs to them. We ask that these few bear in mind that others may not have the same opinion of them as they do themselves. We are sorry that this dif- ference of opinion exists. Well, what is done is done and cannot be undone. The Staff
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Tite says , " 5 77s better to smoke in this world than the next one .” i i i Tite: “The Prince was born when the battle of Leipzig took place. Now, who knows the date of his birth ?” Frosh Smith: “The 17th, 1 8th, and 19th of Oc- tober.” The reason students enjoy Dr. Sumr all’s classes. “If all the freshmen were placed end to end at a banquet in Jennings Hall, they would reach.” i i 1 “A woman’s mind is as uncertain as a grape fruit’s squirt.” i i Dr. Wallace: “Can any of you tell me what makes the tower of Pisa lean?” Mrs. Smith: “I don’t know, or I would take some myself.” i i 1 Ruth Herring: “Father says my lips are the pret- tiest he has ever seen.” Hugh Curry: “I’ll put mine against them any time.” i 1 i Snooks Weeks: “Did you go riding with Frank Rugg last night?” Ressie Keys: “Yes.” Snooks Weeks: “What do you think of him?” Ressie Keys: “Well, he’s either a gentleman or a fool.” Where we would like best to see our co-eds. (The near- est sea is several hundred miles away.)
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