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…