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Page 194 text:
Fall Qalendar, 1928
Sept. 10—Registration begins—Miss Tear sends the usual amount back to their respective advisers.
Sept. 15—College Mixer—Timid Freshies light the way.
Sept. 19—College gang welcomes Mrs. Dclzell. Dean makes his beginning address of the year.
Sept. 20—Freshic Dorm girls get spanked; shoe trees of all descriptions found in the halls.
Sept. 26—Freshmen search frantically for green caps to avoid paddles.
Sept. 28—Dick leads the crowd down town to raise Whoopee at first rally.
.Sept. 29—Everybody out to sec the Bobcats gain their first victory. Keep it up Bobcats.
Oct. 5—First exams. We made our first D’s.
Oct. 7—No sleeping in 1:30 classes; had lunch instead of dinner.
Oct. 8—Pate makes his famous speech "Uphold the Traditions of the Old Institution."
Oct. 16—Over-supply of green fruit in the dormitory. Fruit Ixiskct upset played in the dining room.
Oct. 20—School—darn the luck!
Oct. 22—Lights out in the Dormitory during supper. Paul Combs asks a crowd of girls to meet him in the parlor.
Oct. 23—Joe Jones makes his appearance at play rehearsal in a new role—he's a drummer now.
Oct. 24—Flag pole erected—good addition to the campus.
Oct. 25—A certain Freshie girl seen trying to climb the flag pole to rctrivc her green middie.
Oct. 26—Freshmen girls unearth hidden horrors in the Dorm basement.
Oct. 27—Homecoming. Old Grads come back to meet their old friends.
Oct. 30—Mr. Muhm smiled!
Oct. 31—School out for the rest of the week. Hurrah!
Nov. 5—School again. The man who first suggested term papers would not dare to show his face on the campus.
Nov. 6—Exams too!—Will they ever stop??
Nov. 8—Philo and Everett meeting far into the night. "The Play’s the thing.”
Nov. 14—Mr. Baker kicked the north side of his desk out in his enthusiasm over mental tests.
Nov. 16—AH the hicks out for the barn yard brawl.
Nov. 24—Peru transferred to Omaha. "Bullet” Simpkins enjoyed a moonlight walk in from Benson.
Nov. 28—Manual training room burns.
Nov. 30—School again! Snow storm dandy excuse for cutting classes.
Page 193 text:
The Bobcat Howl
THE following scratches and bites were collected from the gay young blades and demure misses of our old institution, when they were unaware that we had seen them in their gambols over the campus, gum-chewing contests in the library, or their more sober moments in the class room. We got the low down on you from many different sources; maybe your dearest friends tipped us off, or maybe it was your “roomie,” or mayl c t was just the little bird that we hear so much about but never see.
We make no attempt at wit; in some cases there is a point or fact to be brought out, while in others there is an attempt to keep you from forgetting the more frivolous things that happen at college.
Now, if any organization or individual seems to detect a rather pointed statement in the following pages, you may do one of two things. You may make a fuss, which won’t help because its too late, or you may be a good s|x rt about it. Why not grin and keep sweet?
Page 195 text:
Winter Qalendar, 1928-1929
Dec. 1—Everett one-act plays.
Dec. 8—What! Two student newspapers! City newslioy discovered selling “Siren" on darkened corners. A frantic search for nickels.
Dec. 21—Everyone leaves for home. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
Jan. 7—Vacation over. Many still vacationing—alibi—bad roads.
Jan. 9—Dean Dclzell goes home thru a snow storm in his shirt sleeves. Who would ever think it of the Dean?
Jan. 10—Sandman doesn’t wait until evening to make his visit to the campus.
Jan. 12—Big foot ball banquet. Sh! Come here! Did you know that Swede Hertz was two-thirds married??
Jan. 21—Exams begin!!! Wanted—someone who knows how to absorb a semester's work in one night.
Jan. 22—Dr. Hall-Quest is on the campus. Delta Alpha Pi entertains him at a dinner in the dormitory.
Jan. 25—Semester ends.' Everyone yawns his way thru the last exam.
Jan. 28—Registration. Astronomy class is going to be large. We wonder why???
Jan. 29—Swede looses his gum during basket ball; called time out to find it.
Jan. 31—Bobcats meet Antelopes. Defeat them 50-15. Championship assured.
Feb. 4—Who are going to be the representatives?
Feb. 6—Paul Combs explains to his Biology class that the body is made up of many small smells.
Feb. 7—Wayne defeated. The football men receive their gold footballs between halves.
Feb. 8—High school folks arrive for tournament ploughing drifts six feet deep.
Feb. 11—Who said vitaphone picture at the Crystal? Let me at him.
Feb. 14'—Joe Jones Astronomer shows his lady fair the stars.
Feb. 15—Peru loses to St. Benedicts. Sighs and groans heard from every corner.
Feb. 16—Of course we believe in fairy talcs. Mother Goose arrived in Peru with all her children.
Feb. 18—Don Tyler comes to girl’s chapel. Watch out, Don, you are in the wrong pew!
Feb. 19—The astronomers view the stars for the first time from the top of the New Science Hall.
Feb. 26—John Stalin displays unusual oratorical ability during Sophomore class meeting.
Feb. 27—First election for May Queen. Soph, boys agreed to disagree.
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