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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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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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Pete: “What kind of cigarette are you smoking ?” Wayne: “I didn’t ask him.” i i i Chester Svvor’s idea of a perfect chaperon is a good-locking one like Miss Collins, who permits kissing right under her nose. Randolph Delk schemes up some way to get even with Goosie Smith. i i i 1 1 1 Lady (at football game) : “What’s that man do- ing kicking those men in the line?” Dr. Sumrall : “Since when do you call that a line?” New Song Hit: “I’ll Get By As Long As I Have You.” Words and music by Nap White and dedi- cated to his Latin jack. i Rose: “You certainly are a nice boy.” Leo: “Yes, but I’m tired of it.” i i Mr. Crowe: “Say, look here. You ain’t getting as much milk from them cows as y’uster.” Goosie: “Nope, sorter lost my pull.” i i i “Do you think your son will forget what he is learning in college?” “I hope so. He can’t make a living dancing, drinking, and petting.” Dad: “Here’s a riddle, Sally. Five couples are car riding. Three girls say their mothers won’t let them pet. How many couples pet?” Sally: “Five.” The way Dr. Wood looked when a student at Mercer University .
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