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Page 70 text:
GOING TO THE OFFICE other clay some one came to me and said that ■ J Prof. Brugh wished to see me. I was wondering what he wanted when it occurred to me that I had thrown some chalk in the room that morning. Then I started down the hall with my teeth chattering a regular tune. When I got to the office door I could not express in words how I felt. It seemed as if I were burning up one minute and freezing the next. Very timidly I opened the door and the first word was, “ V11.” Oh, how 1 can remember that first word, and how I dreaded to hear the rest. It was, “Well, Tom, your mother wants you to call her up on the phone before you leave school.” And you may be sure that it was with a great deal of relief and pleasure that I went back to my room. Tom Roberts, ’27. » 66
Page 69 text:
TOM oiir janitor, is one of the jolly kind. Hisskin is ■ j shiny black and he has no hair on the top of his head. This he conceals either for pride or comfort by wear- ing his hat all the time. His figure is squatty and fat and his feet are extra large. A large and beautiful gold watch and chain is very conspicuously draped across his front and nothing pleases him more than to be consulted in regard to the time. This very valuable watch and chain cost him exactly forty-five dollars in spite of any suggestions to the contrary. The janitor is very particular about his brooms and cleaning utensils. Borrowers must have Tom’s permission to use them even for the very shortest time and must put them back in the proper place, which is any place Tom happened to have left them. Scolding is one of Tom’s greatest accomplishments which he has perfected from long practice. He can make one feel very low and mean and never want to repeat the offense. One never knows just where to find him for he wanders all over the s.chool. But if you would have a favor performed and want a real good jolly worker, look for Tom. Caroline Knapp, ’28. 65
Page 71 text:
IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME M ost of the gang s gone a fishin ' And Fm just a wishin ' Fd studied much harder last year. Now I wrestle with Latin While John Henry ' s out battin ' High flies — can hear the boys cheer. Biick Sands gone a campin’ , Bill Bushong gone trampm.’ “Sic Semper Fyrannis ’’ — rave Oh, Julius Caesar — Dad rat that mosquito! Floyd Collins passed out in the cave. I see by the paper Fhere ' s a whopping good picture Fo be shown at the Dalton tonight. But “nix " says my father, “ You don ' t get the quarter — Get your nose in that Latin ' — good night! Sam Pillsbury, ’ 28 . 67
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