bright red and yellow to "dazzle the rubes."
Smithville thought Jim Halloway crazy but
looked on with interest.
A few days later two tinmobiles, the first
business cars that ever invaded Smithville,
were unloaded at the village station.
They bore on…
welding. I touched a bell and an orderly arrived. "Jones summon Captain Burns."
Burns presently appeared. Having outlined
to him the clues, I gave him his orders.
"Detail detectives Brown, Doves, Bates and
O'Shaunessy to shadow the suspects."…
Preface and Introductory
This story portrays the adventures of an
imaginary personage whom we shall call
Sureluck Combs. A few ideas are from a
book I have read, but the greater part is
original, and is in no way taken…
2—Biology class dismissed on account of
cold. The ground hog contracted chilblains while making weather observations.
5—One of the nobility on Wisdom Row was
seen with a mysterious box under his
arm. An inspection revealed fruit
cake and other…
8—An Alumnus, Rev. Thos. Lawlor, celebrates his first mass this morning.
9—Those who slept over this morning retreated to the infirmary with various
ailments. Hurry call sent in for more
10—The scandal is out. We learned …
TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TESTIMONIAL FROM FAMOUS
March 27, 1917.
Messrs. Garrity & Rohret,
After undergoing your special treatment
for six months, I entered the high jump contest at Saint Ambrose College,…
OFT IN THE STILLY NIGHT
lem Hogan recites this in his sleep—
'Tis midnight and the setting sun
Is rising in the wide, wide West;
The rapid rivers slowly run,
The frog is on his downy nest;
The pensive goat and sportive cow
Hilarious hop from bough…
SUMMARY OF UNDER-SEA ACTIVITIES
Sub-marine activities commenced on Lake
LeClaire, January—but to date the casualties have been very small. A war-zone was
declared twenty feet south of the north coast
and a warning was sent out that all…
LOST—Two weeks' pie on that darned ball
game.—T. L. Wolfe.
WANTED—Position as piano player. Willing to travel.—J. J. Morrin.
$50 REWARD for the capture of Louie
Mack's ukelele, dead or alive.—3d. floor
In order for the public to judge properly
the character of any student of our institution, a meeting was called by our famous
agitator, "Bull" Jaeger, to determine who
should be on this roll. If the result does not
please you, do not…