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Page 175 text:
My note book—it contains all I know.—Burr Stapelton.
A can of cove oysters.—Miss Fight and Miss Bverly.
A comp for my souvenir college book.—Edith Crapenhoft.
Laura Porter to come back to Peru.—George Carlson.
Brainy men.—Class of 09.
A Gibson girl picture.—F. A. Booce.
A dog.—Prof. H. M. Duncanson.
Someone to take my picture while I play the piano.—H. Humphries. Pupils to whom to teach German.— V. C. Harpster.
Someone to tel! me how to knock at Miss Stoner’s door.—Burrel Raines. To exchange my room-mate for a phonograph.—August Eggenberger. To exchange mv beard for a clean shave.—E. P. Hodapp.
The earth with a fence around it.—Joy Morgan.
Someone to teach me to dance.—Bertha Reed.
A man.—Stella Lull.
Stapleton, in restaurant: “Say. waiter, do you serve lobsters?"
Waiter: “Sure, what’ll you have?"
Minister: "My work in life is that of saving young men."
Miss Folsom: “Oh, do save me a nice one, won't you?”
Page 174 text:
INFORMATION FOR STRANGERS.
That boy who is always with Mabel Bowen is Ben Bedell.
That studious looking young man with a pile of books under bis arm is John Hanna.
You will have no trouble in recognizing John Akers—lie always has a smile on bis face.
Those Kindergarten Senior girls whom ou never see apart are Lida Rewey and Helen Cone.
That handsome clarionet player in the orchestra is Burrell Raines.
That jolly crowd in the south end of second floor in the dormitory is composed of Misses Dunn. Ware, Easton. Shires, Robb. Laflin, Mclninch. Lorancc and Pulver. They’ve only been called down once!
August Eggenbcrger is the young n an who is always talking to a girl in the library.
Bay no attention to the bells, they are rung at all hours to keep the students awake in their classes.
The girls who wear the mortar hoard hats are not all Seniors.
That roly-poly man in the faculty is our class adviser. Prof. Howie. The giggly one is Prof. Scarson.
The following have asked and paid for special mention of themselves: Glen Shceley. Eva Pulver, Mary Scclig. Bertha Reed. E. P. Ilodapp, and Fay Timmerman.
Motto of the faculty in regard to pLying indoor base ball:
Today thou art a hero grand.
Tomorrow thou art "nit.”
True wisdom in this hasty land Is knowing when to quit.
There is a veung lady named Zink.
Whom with Zoology Lab. we link:
She’s not afraid of the frogs.
Nor the chloroformed dogs.
She’ll equal John Burroughs, we think.
Page 176 text:
WE WOULD LIKE TO KNOW—
Willy Miss Pederson takes Dorn. Sci.
If Mr. Hill is always going to wear sideburns.
What became of the Senior Party refreshments, February 14.
When Grace Thayer caught the measles.
How it would seem to have Miss Dunn flunk.
If Stella Lull will keep house next year.
1 f Sarah Harrington could sit still five minutes.
Why some people call so often at the office for their grades.
What Miss Hosmer says when she goes fishing.
Why Seniors look hopeful when Mr. Delzell approaches them.
What Miss Wynne got on her Geography examination.
Why the Sophomore boys arc such devoted slaves to the fair sex.
Look Agent (at the Lorancc home in Auburn): “Madam, I have here a
very fine encyclopedia which I would like to-----”
Lady of the House: “We have no need for anything of the kind, as my daughter Ottis graduated from the State Normal in June."
Why is Mr. Hill like an ostrich: Because he thinks when he gets his head
behind a tree. Miss Stoner can't see him.
Gertrude Easton, enumerating her blessings: “Well, one thing. I am
thankful for, I can talk.'
Captain ('line at drill:. 'TIostcrman, what is a file?"
J-Iosterman: “Two behind each other."
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