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Page 154 text:
Microscopic Examination of Cranium
Jo rd an- Hoag-
Sawdust, 85W Tm-, 50W
Wiltef, 14W Tnrpcntine, 20W
Qray matter, trace. Sand, 20W '
Vvflsfilllio-' , Gray matter fwantrugj.
SlllC3l1CCl paving stone, Mqson-
Bgena 1015 Total vacuum.
Goat horns, 40W Wan- X
Davis- Rice, 6500
Dynamite, 30W l-lop, NSW
Klucilage, 601k Resin, 17W .
Gray matter, 10W Gray matter, slight trace.
Guess lfVassilko is amhidextrousg he works his engine left
Fontaine, after Dr. Knorp's lecture-Why, I :un about the
only one in the class that never had it.
Rives winks his nose with his Levator Lahii Superioris
And to think of a freshman dental joining the li. N. M. 'l'.'s
hy paying 50 cents initiation fee. Things must he cheap in
Wassilko-Dr. Boxton,l have a serious case of "nulpilitus,"
' Dr. Boxton-What? l-las Dr. Sullivan discovered a new
disease? You mean "pumpern1ekel."
Dr. Leitheacl Cin clinic!-Lady. you are suffering from auto-
Patient-YVhy, doctor, l never rode in an auto, much less
being drunk in onc.
Doctor Anderson-Mr. DeVhle. what is the dose of
DeVille-Do you mean the tluid extract or the tincture?
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Page 153 text:
Professor Owens: "I heard that same voice answer seven
different times." '
Posner: "I want to be a friend to you all."
Ryan: ."Can you tell me?" '
C. O. Southard: 'fI'll see you next Wednesday."
Smith: "Shirver's moleskin plaster."
Stone Cno particular sayingjz "1-le is the man who
wears a smile.
Spriggs: "Just one more word about dogs."
W. F. Southard: "See how it is?"
Thomas: "Take chapters 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.
Taft: "It was foggy on the bay."
Troppman: "That reminds me of a story.
White: "Gentlemen, if you please."
Dr. Wright: "I'll teach you something you
Dr. Woodward: "Sometimes it is-and sometimes it isn't.'
Young: "lt was muddy at San Bruno."
Weyerhorst-Do you ever have a moocous r-r-rectal fistula,
' Dr. Agnew-I guess I don't quite understand your question.
I-Iaas has a new method of treating cerebral. hemorrhage-
lower the head, elevate the feet, and give strychmne.
Dr. Anderson Cto DeVi1lej-Leon, how can you tell a
female from a male?
DeVille-By inquiring into the family history, doctor?
Dannenbaum-What is pyemia?
Reis-It is that condition where pus is in the blood.
Dr. Knorp-DeVille, where does a direct inguinal hernia
DeVille-Why-through-ah-Scarpa's triangle, doctor.
Dr. Anderson Cquoting Bishop Morelandb-We are going
to organize a little mothers' club. Any lady desiring to become
a little mother' will call on the pastor after this meeting.
Doctor Ryan-What is an anodyne?
Mason-Something that deadens the patient.
Dr. Anderson-What causes Mr. Howard to blush when
he sees a beautiful young lady on the street raise her dress
more than fourteen inches above her feet?
"The sympathetic system," Dr. Anderson says, is the
answer-but-this is doubted by many.
Young Wrigley is specializing in "Shoe Shining."
Jackson and Kilburn are making a specialty of "Window
Inquire of I-Ioskings or Parker if Professor Flint is as
fool in Materia Medica as they thought.
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There comes to us from Salem
A pinto with longhair,
VVho feeds his wife on potatoes,
And for wood burns Anderson's chair.
He cares not for the barbersg
His wife cannot cut hairg
So his mottled locks turn up behind
And ramble in the air.
Wfhen last he bathed is hard to sayg
llut we are all quite sure
That cobwebs of at least '06
Obstruct his bathroom door.
Wfe hope he'll get a suit some day,
And keep it cleaned and pressed,
Discard his ancient neckwear,
And try to keep half dressed.
VVhen student body fees are due,
His egg-like eyes grow sad:
l-le always pulls the same old dime
As though 'twere all he had.
I-Ie has some awful habits,
So many students say:
They say they see him eating things
Wfhich most men throw away.
I-le'll soon return to webfoot fwe hopel.
And we'll see him never more:
llut here's our last bit of advice:
Wie hope he won't be sore.
Clean up, you slob, and change your clothes
And see the barbers, too.
And clean your dirty fingernails-
That's our advice to you.
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