ODE ON WEST BEING SENT TO THE STUDY HALL
'Twas a bright and sunny afternoon,
Between the hour of two and three.
The two sat there in the cozy room—
Our Edwin West and Joseph B.
They were getting along so good, you know,
"I like you," said Joseph…
Pres.: "Why didn't you comb your hair this morning?"
Bush (rubbing his hair in great surprise) : "Ain't it combed?"
Pres.: "No! And I want to know why it isn't."
Bush: "Well, you see, there were a dozen of us using the same mirror and…
Joe Will Be a Subtle Reasoner
Prof. Watters (in English) : "He walked past but he did not enter in the garden."
Peshel: "He walked past the garden."
Peshel: "Well, if he walked past he didn't go in."
A Sign of the Times
Casey: "You seem to be very fond of jazz music, Mr. Lew."
T. Lew: "Yes, I like it best of all. You don't have to put on formal attire when
you listen to it; nobody asks you who wrote it; and you don't have to pretend…
Nieters—"Say, guy, I'm not that kind of a guy."
Rempe—"No, it can't be done; the day's over."
Overberg—"Honest to goodness, man, you're degenerating."
Bouquot—"Those guys get my…
McGinn: "The line A B is equal to X Y."
Prof.: "Give the reason for that conclusion."
McGinn: "Things that are equal to themselves equal other things."
Prof.: "Repeat, please."
McGinn: "Things that equal other things are equal to…
J. Morrow: "Does Darrell Doyle like dates?"
Ed. Woeber: "Not the eatable kind, but—"
W. Collins: "Do you know that it is more blessed
to give than to receive?"
L. Suhl: "Yes, many a man's past has been forgiven because of his…
Blacklist—A word known to all, both "preps" and "seniors". It is defined: "Honorable mention of two weeks' sojourn in study hall, or a weary Wednesday afternoon
in solitude for violating rules."
Prefects—A few of the seniors who are…