18—"Bishop" Bill Hughes delivered an oration in the "gym" tonight. It so impressed his hearers that a movement is on foot to have him elevated to the
dignity of "Arch-bishop."
20—Ghost stories were flying thick and fast in the smoker tonight.…
My Dream. It was the night of the feast of St. Ambrose, a brilliant moonlight evening, but extremely cold. The wind blew fiercely around the tower and at the same time whistled like Boreas did in the days before Ovid had his pipe dreams. I had just…
into was a large gymnasium, especially constructed for an exhibition game by Bill
Schmidt's Stars. As I entered, the gym.
bell rang—no, it wasn't either—my entire
trip was brought to an end when some one
jerked the covers from over me and…
12—Fr. O'Sullivan tells his Gaelic class: "You fellows don't know the answer
when I tell you."
14—"Liz" Welsh (for the 199th time this year) said: "Say fellows, let me have a
little mustard, I'll give it right back."
24-Bill" Schmidt and his gain still to be seen sliding down the icy hill.
25-Welsh invests in a new pair of skates, claims he can show the fellows around
here something new in the skating line. Dr. Ryan delivers first lecture of
his course. It was…
Murphy: "What profession do you propose to take up, Mr. Light?"
Light: "My highest ambition is to become a lawyer; to stand before a large
assembly of men and prove to them and to
the jury that the prisoner could not have
committed the crime…
A LETTER RECEIVED BY ONE OF
port Byron, ill.,
march 16, 1915.
dere Bro. Joe:
Havin got uour letter about 2 monts ago,
i thot i wood anser rite away, being as pa
sold them there hawgs and was dividen up
the money, and me think i will…
Prof.: "What part of speech must a
W. M.: "An adjective or a pronoun."
Prof.: "Huh! An interjection and an
exclamation point, too."
"Father, may I go after some soap,
This afternoon so bright?"
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND—A package of cigarettes, owner
call at President's room.
LOST—My pull with everybody, finder
please return to G. Potter.
LOST—Two ponies, answer to names of
Sallust and Cicero. Finder return to
Tarrent and Whalen, and…