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Noreen Tboman '46
"Howdy," readers Cif there are
anyll Have you heard: The pedes-
trianwho insists on getting his rights
usually gets his rites.
My version of Corn:
Inquirer: "WI--at's a nolvQo11'?"
Bright CU McMainiac: "A dead
One day an excessively large ele-
phant met an extremelv small mouse.
"'Gosh, but you're little," said the
elephant. "Wbv, vou're the most in-
significant thing I've ever seen."
"Yeah, I know." said the mouse.
"I've been sick." "
' Chemistrv students: Do you know
the fellow from Litmus U. who. when
the going got tough, turned red and
It's better to have loved s. short
man than never to have loved a tall.
Prince Charming of mv childish
flronically I smirkl.
You didn't come. so here I sit,
Conversing with this jerk.
"Things don't change much." said
the philosopher. "Thousands of years
ago, Greek maidens sat all evening
and listened to a lyre. Todav, manv
modern girls still do the same thing."
W The Ship.
'My nomination for least logical
logic of the month: M, M.'s-"I lost
my book, that is until I find it . . .
I just lost it a little bit yesterday" !!
Asked at which of two knots one
should tie a kite, one of McMain's up-
and-coming Sr. A's answered bright-
ly, "The one in the middle."!!
Critical Spectator, "I can't imagine
anyone missing a putt as .short as
Golfer, "Let me remind you, sir
that that hole is only four and one-
quarter inches wide, and the whole
world is outside it."
"I can read Bill like a book."
"Clever of you, but I think you're
foolish to strain your eyes over such
Women were made before mirrors
-and have been before them ever
As the newly built skyscraper fell
to the ground the engineer stormed,
"Darn that decimal point !"
' Science teacher: "What happens
when a body is immersed in water?"
. Student: "The telephone rings!"
Senior: "How many subjects are
Junior: "Well, I'm carrying one
and dragging three."
An ornithologist fwheee!!l says
he has made a study of birds for
many years but has never solved the
mystery of why a heron stands on
one leg. Well, if it lifted both, it'
would fall down. '
You say your baby does not walk
yet," said Brown. "Mine does, and
he is not as iold as yours. Has your
baby cut his teeth yet?"
"No, he hasn't," admitted Robin-
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"Oh, mine has them all," boasted
Brown. "Your baby talk yet?" g
"Not yet," replied Robinson. "Can
"Great Scott, yes!" answered
Then Robinson 'got desperate.
'fDoes your baby use a safety razor,
or an old fashioned one?" he asked.
The Federal Employees Insurance
He: "No 'woman ever takes an-
other woman's advice about dresses."
She: "Naturally, you don't ask the
enemy how to win the war."
A small McMain freshman fre-
member?l was bitterly complaining
that she would have to stay in school
until she was 17.
A teacher overheard, smiled and
said, "That's nothing to complain
about. I've got to stay here until Pm
Sailor: "Yes, ma'amg that's a man-
Lady: "Indeedg and what's the lit-
tle ship just in front?"
Sailor: "0h3 that's just a tug."
Lady: "Yes, of course. A tug of
warg I've often heard of them."
A man and his wife were in an au-
tomobile that stalled on a railroad
"Go on!" cried his wife.
"Listen," retorted the husband,
"you've been driving all day from
the back seat. I've got the front part
across: now, let's see what you can
do with your half."
Rastusf after narrow escape at
railroad crossingl: "How come you
all done blo' yo' hawn? You aughta
know dat wouldn't do us no good!"
Sambo: "Dat waren't my hawn,
brudder! Dat was Gabriel's!"
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