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A Few Answers In an English test:
Legend of Sleepy Hollow was written before Christ and
was known always by the 11an1e of Tarrytown.
lehabod Crane wore his hat stuck on his nose.
Washington lrving was born in the latter part of the 19th
century and died in the middle part of the 19th century.
Mr. Mosher Cin commercial law classj-Dae. if you don 't
quit talking we will fine you for contempt." '
In Freshman Latin Miss Bonewitz asked Lawrence J. to
give a sentence in the active voice. Lawrence. t'The boy killed
the bear." Miss Bonewitzthen asked him to give it in thc
passive. Lawrence, "The bear killed the boy.
Mr. Mosher asked Mildred what she thought of South
'vVhitley's town government.
Mildred-' ' I 'm satisfied. "
ln Civics class Mr. Mosher said he knew a man that was
shot in the street.
Mildred-"Are you sure Mr. Mosher, that a vote would be
thrown out if not marked exactly right?
Mr. Mosher-"l'm sure because I've helped to throw them
Mildred-"Then I'll bet they were democratic votes."
Rhea has such generous dimensionsg she got a su1'veyor the
last time she was in C. C.
Mr. Ilumke-t'My feet might be smaller-and they might
Did you ever sec a horse fly?
Wilher. "The county commissioners appoint election
Mr. Mosher. "No-fpausel yes, yes. er-yes. yes. yes, oh yes
tdouble quick.j "
Eugene Glassley slipping a little help to M. F. in Physics
test. "That famous clectrition was Henry Wadsworth Long-
Mr. Mosher thinks that the political race is the greatest.
race in the world. Fuzzy said she thought that the human
race is the greatest.
Mr. llumke in Physics class-"By the way. where is Leon-
0119 of the brilliant Seniors-t'That's where he is. 'by the
Mr. Humke-Ml could work all these experiments out
Bill Cwho is terribly abused by the feminine element of the
Senior classj-"You couldn't."
Life is one Dear thing after another.
Love is two Dear things after each other.
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Lady of the house: "Say. Dinah. did you elean those iish
llinah : "Law, no. missus! Why should I eleau those fish?
They done lib all theah life i11 wattahf'
"What! You want to charge ine sixty dollars for this suit?
Why. you sold Perey VanBr0ke one just like it for forty-five."
"That 's very true. but Mr. Van Broke never pays his bills.
and l always give llllll a low priee so I won't lose so Illlll'll.ll
My son, suppose l should be take11 away quite suddenly.
what would bi-eon1e of you?"
"Why. I'd stay here. father: the question is what would
heeonie of you?'
Old Maid thuying innsiel-"IIave you 'Kissed Me in tl1e
Moonlight ?' N
Clerk-''Vv'l1y'er-no, I guess it was the other clerk."
Tl'ilt'lll'l'-lxI2lI'j', give nie a sentenee eoneerning the word
Mary-My father had some pigs a11d he selled llllll.
Mother. to Son-Ilow llllll'll do you spend 011 luxury a
Son. to Motlier-Ma. that isn't her 11a1ne.
"Her teetl1 are like tl1e starsfl
"Ah! I see! They eonie out every night."
VVhen -Ianies G. Blaine was a young lawyer l1e was once
asked to defend a tramp accused of stealing a watch. Con-
vineed of the tran1p's innocence, Mr. Blain pleaded with such
convincing energy Elllll eloquence that the court was i11 tearsg
even the tramp wept. tllltl the jury almost innnediately return-
ed the verdict 'knot guilty."
Then the tramp drew hiniself up and. with i11te11se grati-
"Sir. I never heard so grand a plea. I have 110 money to
reward you. bllt-ll0l'0lS that watch! Take it, 3.I1Cl welcome."
"How nnleh vas dose collars?"
"Two for a quarter."
'How IIHICII for vun?"
'Wt-ll, giff nie de odder vun."
Teacher-If you stand 011 your head tl1e blood will all P1111
to v-'-nr head. Why is it that it does not l'llll to your feet when
you stand 011 theni?
Johnny tafter a long sileneel-I kI10XV. it's beeause your
feet -1ren't empty.
" Mary, if you refuse to marry ine. I'll get a rope Zllld hang
myself i11 front of your door."
'tPlease don't, -Iohn. You k11OXV that father dO6Sl1,t want
you hanging around here."
Soph :-"Did you ever take el1l0rof0r111?"
Freslnnan :-HN0. who teaches it?"
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