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C' SOUT S-I-D'E HIGH S A
THE C-ILDED AC-E
FROSH THAT CORRUPT S. H. S.
VVhat can be lower than a green-
Bang! Crash! "Hey, jim gimme my
hat." "To the right, please." "Gee!
Look what I did to my book!" "I
lost my home-work. What will Miss
? say ?" "Hey, kiddo, you are on
the wrong stairs."
"For goodness sakes, what is all
that commotion ?"
"That! Why, that's just the little
This problem presents itself three
times every morning and three times
The brave, bold Indian was knocked
from his pedestal.
What was the cause?
Cause? Say, who else would it be
except a Frosh?
What team gets beaten about sixty
to nothing in basketball?
Who loads up the waste paper bas-
kets with cuds and cuds of gum?
And who practices hair-dressing in
a Civics class so that Mr. Prechtl
gets peeved something terrible?
Nobody else but FROSH ! FROSH !
-Deborah H ample
Rushing down the corridor and up
the wrong stairs,
Making heaps of racket and messing
Squirming in their seats 'till poor
teacher's hair is gray,
And coming into classes late every
W'ho? Why-the OSH!
CULTURE AND ANARCHY
'Who corrupted Southside High?
The Froshies we must blameg
For the good old days we sigh,
Before the Freshmen came.
We all were studious and bright
VVithin these halls of fame,
And ne'er did anything bu-t right,
Before the Freshmen came.
Grins and smirks of callow youth,
And notes-the teachers' bane,
Gum-loud chewing, so uncouth--
After the Freshmen came.
In later years, when we are gray,
And this poet's song is sung,
Loud and silent, grave and gay-
The Freshmen still will come.
THESE CORRUPTING FRESHMEN
What is to become of us? To have
these Freshmen wandering about
our school corrupting other classmen
will prove disastrous to our pursuit
of happiness. In them, sophomores,
juniors, or seniors find fitting exam-
ples of world-wise men.
Freshmen have intiuenced gum-
chewing by introducing musical notes
and larger bubbles. From them, other
classmen get the bad habit of borrow-
ing paper, pencil, or books. Our cor-
ridor floors are being worn out by the
constant tread of their little Q?j feet
as they go on revue. Although we
know these corrupting Freshmen are
suffering from the mental disease,
Personal Importance, we are still
wondering what can be done to put
them out of their misery.
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