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Page 86 text:
Eighty fresh f reshies, Sitting on a wall, Along came Latin, Oh! What a fall. + + + Rob Calfee (to Mr. Tilson) — Have you got any penny pencils? Mr. Tilson — Yes, sir. Bob- — How much are they? + + + Mr. Eckman fin laboratory) — Now, class, this compound is very dangerous; it’s likely to blow us through the roof any minute. Now, everybody, step up close so that you can fob low me better! + + + Mr. Trolingcr — Jim. now that you have graduated what are you going to be? Jim- — A banker, father. Mr. T. — A very noble ambition, and why did you choose such a calling? Jim — Recause the banks close at 3 o’clock. + + + Ernest Lewey — Can you remember dates? Billy Bones — I never had any.
Page 85 text:
THE ORIOLE 81 cigarettes left unlighted and the manhood preserved has been given no place in this sketch. When in a reminiscent mood, one “of the old guard” in- hales again of the rare atmosphere of Mt. Mitchell, hears the roar of Linville Ealls, is made drowsy by the sound of rain pattering on his tent, sits down once more to break bread at the foot of Grandfather’s Mountain with a grand-nephew of Daniel Boone, feels his blood tingle with delightful excitement as he retraces a trail followed in the dead of night through mountains filled with bears. But, scouting in Pulaski is too young to reminisce. It must look to the future. As Scouts become more numerous, the dis- cipline must not be relaxed nor the standard lowered. For- ever, in this community, may the Scout badge retain its sig- nificance, and may an unworthy person never be allowed to wear it. L. C. Dickerson, Scout Commissioner.
Page 87 text:
THE ORIOLE 83 Miss Thomas — I was chilled to the hone. What a blessing these registers are. Mr. Elliott — Pardon me. Miss Thomas, but that’s a per- forated mat you are standing on. + + + Vara Smith — The dentist tells me 1 have a large cavity that needs filling. Louise Fitzhugh — Did he recommend any special course of study? + + + Miss Finks, on entering the Junior room, heard Dorothy Jameson say: “Minnie, you’re the biggest dunce in the room.” Miss Finks — Girls, you seem to have forgotten I’m in here. + + + Girard Southern — Say, Bob, if we get up an orchestra what will you play? Robt. Runion — I’ll play the dumb-bells. + + + If a Senior is “fresh” is he a Freshman? + + + Dorothy Jameson — Don’t you know, I bought a House of Sexen Gables for a quarter the other day! + + + Senior — You want to keep your eyes open around here today. Junior — What for? Senior — Because people will think you’re a perfect fool if you go around with them shut. + + + Billy — Dad. who was Hamlet? Mr. Bones — My goodness, don ' t you know anything? Get your Bible and I’ll show you. + + + Photographer — Do you want a large or small picture? Senior — A small one. Photographer — Then close your mouth. + + Miss Watts will now render that heart-stirring little bal- lad entitled, “Report to me at 3.30,”
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