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Gladys Kingrea — Mother, can you write with your eyes shut? Mrs. Kingrea — Yes, dear. Cdadys — Then shut your eyes and sign iny report card. Daisy Lou iMatheney — Papa always gi ’es me a l)ook on my birthday. Carl Bunts — W’hat a fine library you must have. Mr. Eckman — diat are molecules? Walter Y att — They are animals found in South America. Sophomore — What is the meaning of “pedestrian?” Professor — It is defined as “raw material for an accident.” = 1 : Anna Smith — I always wondered where all the Smiths came from until I visited the city. ’irginia Snider — Then what happened? Anna — I saw a sign which read “Smith Manufacturing Co.” Mr. Brugh — This is the third time you looked on John’s paper. Biology student — Yes, sir, he doesn’t write very plainly. M= Anna Cecil — I thought you said this was a double bed. Inn Keeper — Well, you have to double up to get in it don’t you ? Dr. Haller — Is my tire flat? Miss Fleet — It’s a little flat at the bottom, but the rest of it is all right. Colleen Seagle — How did you lose your hair? Lucille Byrd — Worry. Colleen — What did you worry about? Lucille — About losing my hair. Tom Roberts — I heard you were in a fight today? Walter Lewey — I had a fight but I wasn’t in it. 107
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Miss Finks — Why did Dirkovitch say “au revoir” instead of “hood-bye?” La y Gray — Because he wanted them to know he could speak Roman as well as American. Miss I)a is (in History) — diere is Florence? Gillie Groseclose — In the first year room. Carl Bunts — Girls are prettier than men. Rhoda Neel — Naturally. Carl — No, artificially. Ethel Lewey — Two men fell off a ten story building and neither one was injured. Marie Hardy — How cum? Ethel — They were both killed. d ' heodore Hall — A great poet met an ironical fate the other day. Margaret Brewer — How? Theodore — Star ed to death with a volume of Bacon in his hand. M iss Fink ' S — Charles, what is an epigram? Charles Gatewood — It’s what you put on a tombstone. He A question in Hamlet — Why does Laertes go to Paris by sea rather than overland? Virginia Snider — Humph. They didn’t have Overlands in that day. H: He Mary Burnett — My dog took first prize at the cat show. Rhoda — How was that? Mary — He took the cat. He H: Daisy Lou — Mr. Brugh, what makes people get drunk any- way? Mr. Brugh — Whiskey. 106
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Loyall Hurd — Did you ev-er ride a bicycle? Jeanette Bergeron — Once. Loyall — Where did you go? Jeanette — Straight over on my neck. Francis Boothe — My, that’s a swell suit, you’re a credit to your tailor. Sam Pillsbury — You’re wrong, now that I’ve got the suit. I’m a debit to my tailor. Mary Cecil — Why doesn’t your brother get his hair cut? Lila Gilmer — Sheer fright, I guess. Mr. Eckman — Walter, name another article made of iron? Walter Lewey — Ironsox. (In Junior French) — Lena, don’t you know the plural of “it?” Lena — Why “its,” I guess. Louise Whitt (in class meeting) — Let’s have dues, then we’ll have the money ready for flowers when somebody dies in here. Miss h ' rye — Dean, if you don’t behave in class I shall write a note to your father. Dean — You’d better not, ma’s jealous as a cat. Mr. Eckman — Does anyone know how Charles Gatewood is? Mary Draper — He’s better, thank you. John Crowder — Del Gallimore got fired from the squad. “Ikky” Stambaugh — How? John — Somebody told him to tackle the dummy and he tackled the coach. Mr. Eckman — This is the worst spoiled Physics class I’ve ever seen. Lena Gray — Oh, you just smelt some hydrogen sulphide. 108
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