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"ISMS FROM IZZY"
Usually a man feels blue ihe morning after he paints the town reel.
The cost of living wouldn't he nearly so high if folks stayed home after supper.
People are just dying to get to the cemetery.
If you don’t know what you want, ask for it.
A man is safe as long as a woman only laughs at him—when she begins to smile she is dangerous.
"Children sing for K. Y. Y.t" that’s one better than Mellon s hood.
There are three classes of girls: the beautiful, intellectual, and majority.
A girl who kisses promiscuously isn't bad. she’s popular.
T. BETTER THAN MISS MITFET
Three little girls sat in the library. Telling all they had to say:
Along came Miss Clausen and stood there beside them And lo! thee all went away!
Miss Bradbury: "Why do you say ShakesjH-are was a prophet?”
Sicg. eng: "Well, he was fore-
telling the era of prohibition when he wrote the recipe for the home brew in Macbeth—The W itches Broth.’’
Bud Bertram: "You said I was a learned jackass?"
Jimmy Helms: “Nope— I said you were a burro of information!"
IX ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE
Mr. Campbell made the statement that shifting front one foot to another indicated nervousness. Bernice Keinke objected and continued:
"Now, Mr. Campl ell. if I stayed after school to talk to you, and we were all alone, and we weren’t talking about anything pertaining to school, and if I shifted from one foot to another. would you call that nervousness ?’’
Mr. C.: “No, Miss Keinke. I'd say you were tired.”
Alma, working on a debate on the Negro, talking to Mr. James.
Mr. James: "Isn't there a book
called the Rise of Color?"
Alma: "Yes—l‘p from Slavery!"
Hearing a disturbing noise in the library. Miss Fitton looking around finally realized that it came from a table where Paul Wright sat alone.
"Whom were you talking to? I was going to send you out of the library but you weren’t communicating. What were you doing?”
Paul: "I was learning poetry."
C. Boomer: "I read a criticism of Kipling the other day—‘He was the nurse-maid of the empire!'
Mr. Hewitt: "Well, lie was!
Many a child would die it it wasn't for the nurse-maid."
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A FEW ARTISTIC FORMS AT OCR SI X-HOPS
Vjc.: "Do you cat at the Yellow
Lillian: "No!" (emphatically) "1
eat at the Orange Lantern.”
Little Ruth told Frances what she calls a little fib.
Ruth: "A fib is the same as a story and a story is a lie. ’
Frances: "It ain’t either!!!”
Ruth: “Yes it is. My father is a lawyer and he said so!”
Frances: “Well my father is a
teacher at Normal and he knows more about lying: than your father!!!"
Ambrose ( ahan won the National Inter-Normal Petting Championship for 1925. Cheers, heart-throbs, etc.
Former Studc: "What did you go out for at Normal?"
Stude: "Oh! her name was Mar-
Curious: "Say. is the Phi Beta
Sigma a radio society?"
Doc. Clow: "Well! I never attend formal functions. To tell you the truth my dress suit is so antique that the only place I can wear it is at the Normal Vaudeville!"
Leone: "I want to get a fashionable skirt. ”
Clerk: "Yes Mam! Will you have it too short or too tight?"
"Say. Flynn, you said you shot wildcats while you were home on your vacation. Goodrich tells me that there aren’t any wildcats there."
Flynn: "Quite right!! I killed
Yehle: "Dunn and Bloomquist have commissioned me to collect their little accounts.”
S.: "Congrats, old top. you've got a |K-rmanent job."
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