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Indignant Prof.: “Stop this quibbling, sir! Who was King Henry 7111 ? Answer
yes or no!”—Ex.
Paul Kidd, at dinner, passing plate of boiled tongue around and back of Miss Ellis: “You don’t get any of this. If you should get any more tongue, the rest of us couldn’t get a word in edgewise.”
He kissed her on the check.
It seemed a harmless frolic.
Now lie’s been sick more than a week. They call it “Painter’s Colic.”
Sixta: “You interest me strangely—as no other man ever has before.” Meissner: “You sprung that on me last night!”
Sixta: “O, was it you ?
Said Professor Hoyt to a waitress bold,
“See here, young woman, my cocoa’s cold.”
She scornfully answered, “I can’t help that.
If the blamed thing’s chilly, put on your hat!”
Two couples in the hallway of the dorm. “What shall we do?” asked one. “We might have a dance,” suggested another. “It would he a tight squeeze,” quoth a third. “That’d be fine,” rejoined Henry Amende, the fourth of the group.
The lad was sent to the Normal;
And now Dad cries, “Alack! I’ve spent six hundred dollars And got a quarter back!”
Jack Allsman had won a prize at the Dorm Christmas party. “Do open your package right away, Mr. Allsman. We want to see what you got.”
Allsman: “Maybe I got stung!”
Miss Cleland, suavely: “No one ever gets stung here!”
“Non paratus,” dixit Miller,
Cum a sad and doleful look, “Omne rectc,” Clark respondit Et “Nihil,” scripsit in her book.
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HKARI) IN THK CLASS ROOM
(ircgg: “Wheeldon, will you favor us with a few remarks on this subject?” Hendricks: "What is the unit of power?”
Weatherhogg: “What ?”
Hendricks: “That’s correct.”
In Economy while discussing various forms of specie. Hull: “Did you ever sec a thrce-cent piece?”
Lee Smith: “No, but I have a twenty-five cent bill.”
Irene Wachtcl: "I wouldn’t brag about it—I’d pay it.”
Professor Hoyt, enthusiastically: "There arc some spectacles dearly beloved, that one never can forget—
Miss Brick: "I wish you’d tell me where I can get a pair. I’m always forgetting mine.”
Miss Tibbcts (?) was telling the class in English History of the Elizabethan Era. She turned to Jedcrman ( ?) and asked: “How old was Elizabeth.”
“Eighteen on her last birthday,” came the dreamy reply.
During child study recitation Prof, (iregg remarked. "You all agree, do you not, that a child learns to walk before he is able to talk ?”
Mrs. Smith: "No, sir! I talked three months before I could walk.”
Prof, (iregg: “Well, we knew that you must have had an early start.”
“Won’t you come into the parlor?"
Shout the girls as we go by.
But the bachelors answer calmly, "No. we’ve other fish to fry.”
First Dormier: "What is that noise? The plumbing must be out of order.” Second Dormier: “No that’s just Alice eating soup!”
IN OUR DORMITORY Miss Stitt to Miss St. John: "It’s true, alright, that two’s a company, three’s a crowd.”
Miss St. John: "I’d like to know the third party in my case.”
Miss Stitt: Why, Cupid, of course.”
Marie (?) supple and slender, and Maggie, bulky and benign, had just returned from a shopping expedition to Nebraska City, during which each had been trying to buy a ready-made suit. A friend: “Well, how did you get along. Marie?”
Marie, s and s: “I got along alright but Maggie is so fat that about all she can get ready made is an umbrella!”
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