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Page 193 text:
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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Page 194 text:
IN GEOLOGY CLASS
Mr. Mitchell becoming disgusted at the answer ”1 don’t know," inquired of a certain pupil:
“Don’t you ever use your brains?"
"No sir!" was the answer as usual.
Mr. Mitchell amazed, replied: "Well, well, don't ever use them then, keep them nice and innocent like they are now :and if you ever feel a thought coming run away from it quick."
Connie: "Gee! I’ve got so much
work to do—honestly I haven't got periods enough. I’ve always got to cut one class to get another prepared.’’
Sociologist: “Say, what's an anarchist? Oh. it one girl didn't want to go somewhere and the rest did—would the one who wouldn’t go Ik- an anarchist ?"
Neighbor: "Now—She’d Ik- stub-
Father to fond daughter: "Say.
did you and Walter sit on that bench on the jHjrch last night? It was just painted—if you did you both got your clothes ruined."
K.: "Oh no. not both of us—only Walter."
Mr. Hewitt’s class met in the Junior II. S. assembly because of its large size.
Mr. Mitchell (as he jKjked his head into the room one day): "Is this a revival meeting?”
Mr. Hewitt: "Yes, come in and
take the sinner's bench."
The following is taken from a late novel—too late to have a title:
"And the villain shouted. ’What has Ray Dunn? Is Paul Wright? Is it true or is he Lvon? nswcr, or your life!’ "
“The trembling prisoner turned White and his I Iart beat but he stood up bravely in courageous defiance of the cold blue unloaded pistol thrust in his face. The villain laughed in devilish glee. ‘I Meter tonight.’ You could read the malice in his eyes. ‘I'll Gamble that my men are in that Berg now and I’ll have her in my j»ower.' ” "I’nablc to bear more, Fritz pleaded. ’I tell you hammerman—I'm the man she's promised to marry and I'll swear it is the truth on a stack of cross-word puzzles. Kill me hut parc my life! You can have the money but leave me my Lizzie!’’’
I’avo Nurmi. Alias Andy, bidding Charles Paddock, im|icr$onatcd by John Goodrich, goodliy.
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