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Page 54 text:
Miss Lord: “Shirley, take your seat.”
Shirley: “Where to?”
Buelah (to Minnie) : “I am a little stiff from track.”
Minnie: “Where did you say you were from?”
lt has been said of Toots that he is so tight that he never buys an all-day-
sucker in the afternoon.
Angie (watching the pole vault) : “Just think how much higher he could
go if he didn't have to carry that stick.”
MaryAnn Martin (Chairman of Eats Committee for the Freshman Recep-
tion) : “I’ll go and phone for them to send up the ice on approval.”
Minnie (preparing to take a Spanish vocabulary test): “Miss Neill, are
you going to skip around this morning?”
Miss Neill: “No, I haven’t that much pep.”
Ellis: “Gee, I smell rubber! Fisher, get your neck away from that flame!”
STARTING A FORD ON A COLD MORNING
First (if you feel lucky) in starting a Ford you have to go and get the jack
and jack up one rear wheel. Then go in the house and get some hot water and
fill up the radiator—if you only burn one finger you will be an exception.
Then start the old drag of cranking. After you have cranked for about fifteen
minutes you will find out that you have not released the emergency brake, so
you release it. Then, start cranking again, but without results. You take all
four plugs out and prime the Ford, then, before starting to crank again, make
general inspection and find out that you have forgotten to turn on the switch.
Well, that doesn’t help, either, so you, at last, go and find a bunch of kids and
push it, thus getting results quickly, or in about half an hour.
This is not the end of your troubles, but I will stop here, anyway.
Why be a pessimist?
—K. L., ’27.
Siren of Seville
Back Home and Broke
Fast Worker -
How to Educate a Wife
The Man Who Came Back
Fools in the Dark
The Galloping Fish
The Covered Wagon
Me and The Boy Friend
.....— Bill Corbett
--- Leona Summers
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