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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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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.
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84 THE O RIOLE SIGNIFICANT STONES Freshman — Emerald J unior — Grindstone Sophomore — Moonstone Senior— Tombstone + + + Jim T. — Eugene, have you read “Freckles?” Eugene — No, thank goodness, mine are brown. + + + Raymond D.- — Did you ever take chloroform? Jim T. — No, who teaches it? + + + Miss Finks (in English class) — What is aftermath? Robt. Bunts — Recess. + + Linda Conduff (discovering hole in her sweater) — Dear me, I simply must cuss this sweater. + + + Mr. Eckman — What does lime and water form? I )orothy J ameson — Whitewash. + + + Miss Ralston — Take this proposition tomorrow and we will go to the board on it. (Who says the Seniors are not riding through geometry?) 4 + + Miss Thomas (lecturing Seniors in Civics)- — Always con- sider the man — that’s the important question. + + + Billy Lovvman (hunting for English book) —Who’s got my “Princess?” Julian M.- — I have. Billy- — Now, Judy, you’re always cutting me out. + + + Georgia T. — Er— aw — What was the denomination of the bill you loaned me? Nannie Dalton — Episcopalian I guess. It seems to keep lent very well. Gi. Bunts used to get “D” on composition because of mis- spelled words; now he uses dialect and gets “A.”
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