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Page Forty-four THE ORIOLE Dear Teacher: Miss Dalton — Give the formula of Please excuse Hilly A. frum skool toda. sodium plus water. Yisterda he got wet in the A. M. and had Margaret Ward — Sodium plus water a chill in the P. M. equals soda-water. P. H. S. Library A Comedy of Errors Test Papers Pauline ygal Do you understand The Innocents Abroad Freshmen music, Quentin? The Unattainable A Quentin Dalton I should say! Why, The Turning Point C 1 could play on the linoleum when I was The Fighting Chance D only six months old. The Long Roll Failures The Turmoil Chapel Period The Climax May 24, 1934
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the Oriole Page Forty-three Mr. Steger — No, my son, I don’t know the Latin for “people. " Watts — Populi. Mrs. Steger — Watts, how dare you ac- cuse your father of lying? Louise Miles — I just put my hand on a hot iron. What must I do? Ernestine Seagle — Read Carlyle’s Essay on Burns. George Dewey — Was Robinson Crusoe an acrobat? Mrs. Hall 1 don’t think so; why? George — It says here that he sat on his chest and read by the light of a candle. H. C. Vaughn — Blanche, what would you do if I’d kiss you on your forehead? Blanche Covey— Why, I ' d call you down. Hamlet — “To die, to sleep, perchance to dream, ay, there ' s the rub.” Nancy White — To die, to sleep, per- chance to snore. Miss Kinder — Who can tell me what the former ruler of Russia was called? Class (in unison) — Tsar. Miss Kinder — Correct, and what was his wife called? Class — Tsarina. Miss Kinder— What were the Tsar ' s children called? There was a pause and then — (Elizabeth Bonham) — Tsardines. Mr. Ingles- Did you shave this morn- ing, Charles? Charles Bowles — Yes, sir. Mr. Ingles — Well, next time stand a bit closer to the razor. Miss Dalton — What is aftermath? Billy Vier — Recess. “Billy Vier was drowned last night.” “Is that so? Couldn’t he swim?” “Yes, but he belongs to the N. R. A.; he swam for eight hours and quit.” Myron Hayter (left in charge of the baby) — Aw! They ought to send a book of instructions with these things. Stephen Ham, the prosecuting attor- ney — Tell me, were you present at the in- ception of the altercation? Nancy Hall No, but I was there when the fight started. Miss Frye (after putting a problem on the board) — Now, Virginia, tell me what to do with this. Virginia Wallner -Erase it. MEs Kinder -Milton, what do you know about the age of Helen? (meaning Helen of Troy). Milton Brockmeyer (dreamily) -Six- teen next January. During his last visit at P. II. S. Mr. Darst, Superintendent, asked Mr. Ingles if he had any trouble with his students kissing in school. Mr. Ingles answered, “You ' d be surprised how much of it goes on right under my nose.” Freshman —Are you going to the fair? Senior -What fair? Freshman -The paper says, “Fair here today and tomorrow.” Never tell “Puffy” Manuel she is “all wool and a yard wide.” » Miss Dyer (in grammar) — What is this, “The pupil loves his teacher?” Joyce Crabtree — Sarcasm. Miss DuVal — What do you want, Ros- well? Roswell -I want “Virginia’s Attitude Toward Slavery.” Miss DuVal — She is not here; I think she’s in the Sophomore room, though.
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