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THE ORIOLE 87 Mary D. (teaching as substitute) — What good do the blood vessels do? Joe Baldwin — Help you to live. Mary — How? Joe — Keep you from dying. + + + “CLASSIFIED ADS” For rent — Entire upper floor, unfurnished. Apply to Vara Smith. Lost — A bottle of hair mucilage. If found return to Eu- gene Groseclose. Wanted — People to know that I have opened a hair-dress- ing establishment and am prepared to rent curls and imper- manently wave hair. Terms, cheap. Apply to Miss Agnes B. Carico, Fries, Va. Lost — An infant’s rattle. If found return to “Baby” Trolinger. Lost — A French accent. Reward if returned to “Iki” Dawson. Wanted to know — Why Mary Duncan is so fond of the Sophomore room. Send all information to Theo. Derrick. Found — “A stray cat,” long and extremely thin, maltese color and of a negative disposition. Apply to Billy Lowman. For Rent — To any class that feels the need of one, an angel. Reasonable terms. Apply to Senior Class. Lost — Two ounces of fat. Reward if returned to Yernelle Harden. + + + Billy Cheves asked his mother what a meridian was and was told that it was a place where a line runs around the earth. Not long after this he went to Bristol and his mother noticed that he went to a certain spot and stayed several hours a day. When asked why, he answered: “I’m waiting at the meridian to see the lion on his next round.” + + + Miss Rolston — Dorothy, you can’t draw a circle, nor a sphere, nor a pyramid, nor a polygon. What can you draw? Dorothy Chandler — Please, I can draw my breath.
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86 THE ORIOLE President of Senior Class (at meeting) — Order, please. Eugene O.- — Ham and eggs. + + + Vernelle — Have you seen “The Salamander?” Mary D. — That’s French for dining room, isn’t it? + + + Mr. Eckrnan — What is space? Howard G. — 1 have it in my head, but I can’t explain it. + + + Miss Ralston — Moore, when are algebraic signs used? Moore Harvey — When — er — when you don’t know what you arc talking about. + + + Marjorie Chandler — Well, I didn’t know Columbus had a telephone; but here’s his number as plain as day — 1492. + + + Billy Cheves — It’s a good thing they don’t measure a man by inches, or where would I be? + + + Mr. Eckrnan — What is the shape of the earth? Georgia T. — Round. Mr. E. — How do you know? Georgia — AH right, it’s square then; I don’t want to start an argument. + 1 + Virginia Roberts (reading in English class) — While wander- ing along he came to a brook. He walked along the bank hunt- ing for a ford to cross. Nick Dallas— Why, I didn’t know they had Fords then. + + + Carl Bunts — I thought you took Latin last year. Alonzo Carper — I did, but Miss Watts gave me an encore. + + + Marvin — Ronald Powell is going to be P. H. S. crack pitcher next year. Alton — Why? Marvin — He’s taking a correspondence course on pitching.
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88 THE ORIOLE I stood upon the hill-top, I looked down in the plain, I saw a bunch of moving stuff, I thought it must be grain. I took another look — I thought it must be grass; Rut goodness! to my horror, It was that Freshman class. + + + Howard Gilmer — I ran across a friend of yours last week. John Cox — Hurt him much? + + + Nannie I). — I just put my hand on a hot iron. What must I do? Dorothy C. — Read Carlyle’s Essay on Burns. + + + Miss Watts — Robert, in this sentence, “Brutus murdered Caesar,” what case is murder? Robt. Runion — Third degree + + + Didyouever Wait Until Exam Time To study And then Pick out What You thought Were The most Important things In The book And then Have Your teacher Ask everything Except What you had Studied? Didja?
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