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Page 263 text:
The Store Ahead
ONE THING MOST young folks
learn at College is a preference for
SPECIALIZED CL 0 THES
Higher education of taste demands masterly styled Clothes—We cater to Graduates—Our preparations for MEN embrace Suits, Coats, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings—FOR WOMEN, Gowns, Dresses, Coats, Millinery, Hosiery and Shoes. Visit our store or scud us your Mail Orders.
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ELI SHERE. PRESIDENT
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Students are A ways Welcome to our Store
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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’.”
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If Klima lost ilopc would Esther Frye?
If Louis Kilzer, will Don Draper?
If it takes Miss Line one whole year to get “Chard,” how long will it he before Frank Haney gets a “Dustin”?
If the clays keep getting warmer will Carrie Sauer?
If Cassius were not handsome would Ruth Courtright?
At the end of next leap-year, will Ruth still be Hastic?
If the fire went out would Elvida Bern?
If Arthur Bell lost his tongue would Roy Towle?,
If the daisy said “Hello” would Johnny-jump-up?
If it took Chaffee three weeks to get up courage to go to the “Hill ’ how long would it take him to go to “Mars”?
If Steve went to the banquet did he get Hastic?
If Pauline went broke would Katherine Gamble?
If Phoebe left town would Ethel Long?
If Nettie lost out in the foot race would Elsie Wynn?
If I). Roberts smiled at a man would Dorothy Mauck?
If Hosic told her he had ceased to love her, would Musctta Ball?
If Miss Hancock decides to leave town (?) will Grace Ticch?
K. Gamble in primary Geog. class while discussing the Chinese—“1 read that book “When I Was a Boy in China.”
Marjorie Bochvell, before exam, in history—“(). Professor Hull, are you going to ask us for dates?”
Prof. Hull—“No, I wouldn’t have the nerve.”
Florence Van Horn got religion and patriotism mixed in a music exam, one day. A music score was written on the board and one was to write either the words or the title of the song represented, 'flic song was America, and she wrote: “Nearer my God to Thee,
Sweet Land of Liberty.”
Prof. Jean, to class studying wood tissue in trees—"I wish some boy with a saw would go out and saw a big log or limb to use in this class.”
Prof. Wilson—“What is a solecism?”
Louise Xeal—"It comes from solace and means to comfort somebody.”
(Another member of the class would have interpreted the word as “solar system.”)
B. Snider in Training School—“Give principal parts of ‘grade’.”
Don Overholt—"Cramera. cxaminarc, fluncktum.”
Kohler—"What does a ball do when it stops rolling?”
Kohler—"Ha! Ha! And don’t you know? Well, I’ll tell you—it looks round!”
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