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Page 130 text:
John Foster—Class is over, wake-up!
Martin Rockwell—Did you leave this theme home, too?
Lucille Brooks—Dr. Coatney and I—
Ronald Clark—I love me not; I love me—
Melvin Ethington—How do you always have your lesson?
Chet Bowen—Can you come over tonight, Helen?
Harriet McGill—One basket out of twelve; two out of twenty.
Opal Auxicr—Only two reasons she doesn’t dance well—her feet.
Merrill Penney—Just because I’ve had French, don't expect me to be debonairc. Red Mosley—Curly hair! The sweet curse of manhood.
George Mort—In a few years Germany won’t be the only country with a Hitler. Ruby Karr—Her heart’s like the moon. Always a man in it.
Doris Gray—Have you ever written a testimonial for the Palmolive Company? Don Knapp—Why hide your light under a bushel-basket?
Mary Jane Davisson—Did you do yours? Neither did I.
Joe Punches—Will he follow in his brother’s footsteps?
Camilla Potcet—Chewing gum gives one lovely lips.
Harlan Irvine—Don’t make me blush.
Arthur Evans—Pipe down, they might not hear me.
LuElia Nincchelscr—Where is the name going with the little girl?
Vivian Shlacs—This may be Peru, but to me it’s—
James McAllister—Prince’s physicist.
Lucille Bickncll—Please, you’re leaning your elbow on my head.
Alvic Townsend—Me and my clarinet—and oh, yeah, Ruth.
Marie Wiencke—Or was it 1 who saw red?
“Gus” Sugden being able to catch up with her tongue.
Wayne VVeare with an inferiority complex.
“Pretty Boy” Irvine going to convo.
Evelyn Jones, her hair disheveled, panting for breath Something John “the bull of the ball” Foster hasn’t experienced.
Harry Stroh directing a group of chorus girls.
Lucille Bickncll all run down and relaxed.
Charles Parnell without his brief ease.
Art Reynolds getting his girl in on time.
The boys of the Collins House studying.
Harold Pritchard talking Esperanto instead of sign language.
Dorrie Jones being too shy for words.
Vivian Shlaes reading a book in her room on week-end evenings.
Helen Simon whispering a little argument to her boy friend.
Rex Wayman without Mary Elizabeth.
Blanche Freeman as a cranky old maid.
Winifred Majors when she wasn’t hungry.
Bob Weber when he wasn’t talking about drama or Humboldt and girls. Harry McGinlcy talking back to Lorna.
Glema Miers going through a week without studying.
Dot Gallihcr catching on to a joke—instantly.
Ruth Ann Hill staying in Peru for the week-end.
Chet and Helen Bowen not arguing.
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Page 129 text:
Hit-Pin Varsity . . . W.A.A. Firc-Placc . . . Basket Ball Varsity ... In Love Again? . . . Volley Ball Varsity . . . Phyllis . . . Fall in! . . . Dorm Interior . . . Metropolis . . . To classes . . . Mrs. Hoyle, Chet, and Emily Post . . . Rail sitters . . . M 10S
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Page 131 text:
Prof. Hill: “Put the ruler in the box.”
Miss Tear: “When I was in Wichita—.”
Mr. Nabors: “The show must go on.”
Dr. Brown: “Is there any question anyone would like to ask about the course?”
Miss Diddcl: “Consequently,--------.”
Dr. Ware: “Now you’re a home cc major. Miss
--------. We’ll let you tell us about this point.”
Dr. Baker: “Have you been with us all period,
Mrs. Dunning: “Remember your decorum, girls.” Dr. Albert: “Lo and behold, you’re not being scientific.”
Supt. Clements: “I’m open to conviction.”
THE STARS OF THE
Hardest hit couple: Ethelyn Crawford and George Lytton. Take good care of the lady, George, you big, strong answer to a football coach’s prayer.
Most alert male: Barny “Snookum” Barisas. His success as a chorus dancer is due to Postum and a couple of years of history.
Divincst Dancer: Melvin Ethington. “Tango Foot” hasn’t missed a girl’s foot in 3.247 dances.
Caesar’s Ghost: Charlie Novak—the demon drummer from Wilber.
Ladies’ man: Lowell Lewis. “Lew” is too effeminate—ask any tackle in the conference.
Boy Adonis: “Stretch” McCormick. His figure
would be just a nightmare to Michelangelo.
Laziest, most good-for-nothing mistake ever perpetrated on an innocent student body and unsuspecting faculty: Bobbie Benson. We’re only
kidding—Bobbie is “in" on everything except W. A. A.
Bov with the most chic: Gerhard Strasburg. “Ep-pie’s" big green eyes have caused many a femme’s heart to beat in 3 4 time.
Teachers’ pet: Robert Murphy. “Ralpha” figures an apple a day keeps the doc away. Somebody gave him a grape fruit.
Hardest to look at: Helen Meier. Peru’s honest to goodness all-around girl.
Most dangerous girl: Ruth Ingham. Susabclla with
that comc-from-mc-go-to-mc-look is--------
Femme possessing hugest pedal extremities: Jean Vcnrick. Lest some weak-minded individual take us seriously, the correct size is 4, a. courtesy of “Our Jean.”
It is with mingled pain and pleasure that we make our departure from this realm of sagacious crevices and dreary attempts at witticism. Should any chance exaggeration be left rankling in some offended heart,
pray forgive the sorely wearied, but well-intentioned, author, for long has he striven with shriveled cerebellum to bring forth some worthy dictum.
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