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The School Supply Store
We have everything you will need in Normal School Work? jio matter what part of the work you air taking, the necessary supplies can he obtained at this store. i We also carry a line of Baseball Goods, Tennis Rackets, Gymnasium Shoes and Clothing, Sheet Music, Books, Stationery, Candy, etc. We air at your service. If We are grateful to the retiring students and wish to thank you for the generous patronage you have given us. Should you return to Peru at any time, come and see us. A A A A A A A
THE REXALL STORE
Lincoln's Leading Department Store
Over a Quarter of a Century in Lincoln
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A PSYCHOLOGY PSALM
Professor Gregg is my teacher—I shall not pass.
He maketli me to answer in deep embarrassment;
He leadeth me into traps of my own setting.
He calleth my bluff.
He leadeth me into dusty paths among orchards of dates for mine own nourishment—yea. tho I walk with James and Angel,
I cannot recite for they will not help me; their dignity and their laws they crush me.
He preparcth me for a plucking in the presence of my classmates;
He raineth on my head his questions, he showeth me up.
Verily, Psychology docs haunt me every hour of mv life, until I shall dwell in the Normal no more forever.
THE THREE GREAT MEN OF THE AGE!
Socrates Father Dingbat Roy Haggerty
Jack A. (banquet eve)—“Gee! I wish I had a girl for the banquet!”
Shorty—“Why, what’s the matter, Jack?"
Jack—“A-a-h! There’s nothing left but the wind-falls.”
Shorty—“That’s right, and they will soon spoil.”
Freshman—“I’ve heard of Good Friday and Ash Wednesday, but what in thunder is a Nut Sundae?”
“Tomorrow I will quit the booze," a wet old toper said. “No more will I my health misuse, no more a swimming head...Fomorrow,” said the scold-
ing hag. my nagging I will cease, and no more will I chew the rag, but give my
husband peace.” "Tomorrow,” said the slave of gold, "I'll mend my evil ways. I’ll give away my wealth untold and live in peace my days.” Alas! for toper, magnate, scold—as such they passed away. Their souls to Satan each one sold because he missed today. Tomorrow! ah. that fatal word, the pitfall of ambition. Tomorrow! saddest dirge e’er heard; it leads us to perdition. The present is the time to do, if you would make life pav. Success on earth will come to you, if you but act today.
PERCY DAGG GONNITT.
Chard (in Peruvian office)—What do you fellows mean bv the Peruvian dummy?
Staff Member—Peruvian dummy? Why, Clarence Howie, of course!
HEARD IN THE CLASS ROOM
Prof. Gregg—“What is the cerebellum?"
Ambitious Student—"Why,—the cerebellum—O! I know now! Sarah Bel-lum is the lady who invented the nervous system.”
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Prof. Heard—“Say, Mr. Overton, tell us the difference between a horse and a mule.”
Overton—“Well, when a mule is tired he will stop eating when he gets enough, but a horse just SETS and eats, and cats.”
Senior—“Oh, 1 have something preying on my mind.”
Prof.—“Never mind, it will starve.”
Prof. II.—“Where is Mr. Cotton?”
Mac.—“Why, he isn’t here!”
Prof. H.—“Huh! Any fool would know that.”
Prof. Beck in Senior Aritli.—“Give us another kind of endorsement.” Dignified Senior—“Well, there is one on which you write across the back of the note, “Without Resource,” and then sign your name.”
Instructor—“You have all heard that ‘A little learning is a dangerous thing.’ ”
Junior—“I wonder if he realized what peril he’s in!”
Prof, in German—“You know the word for ‘trousers’ in German is ‘hose.’ ” German Pupil—“Are there any ‘halbc-hosc’?”
Instructor—“You will notice, the higher the altitude the colder the temperature becomes.”
Freshman—“But isn’t it warmer near the top of the mountain than it is in the valley?”
Instructor—“Certainly not. Why should you think it would be?” Freshman—“Oh, I thot perhaps the atmosphere was heated by the mountain ranges.”
Eve Mielcnz in Jr. Eng., looking at the hem of her handkerchief to disguise whispering.
Dr. House—“Yes, I think I'd hem it clear around if I were you, but you can get them three for a quarter at Brandcis’.”
Tico hundred fifty
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