Rippling Rhymes by H. B.
He sat in the shade of the palm of his hand and
slowly dotted his eyes ; then he cut from his trunk with
his shoulder blades, a limb, with a great many sighs.
He took from the limb a full grown calf, and fed it on
Things We Want to Do, Try to Do, But Can't Get By With
Get some real jokes for this department. Get a general average of 99.99 ;
Be in to class on time ; Eat all the spuds ;
Talk in class-room and study-hall ; Sleep over mornings ;
Get by in class…
Shirk : "These doughnuts are just like Mother makes at home."
Bush : "Yes, sir, they are in one detail."
Shirk : "And what's that?"
Bush : "The hole is the same."
Dan Hannon : "Say, you know I'm getting mighty careless about financial matters."
Fr. O'Rielly : "Voltz, who led the people into the Promised Land?"
Voltz : "Which Promised Land do you mean, Father?"
And they always told me "they" were only to be found on the farm.
A young student by the name of Barry at a college baseball game…
Jokes by Pieffer
1. We don't quarrel, we don't fight ;
We're from the Frathouse,
We're all right.
2. Boyle and Wagner sitting on the bed,
Says Mike to Len,
Do you know
Life would be
An empty dream
If you were not on my knee?
3. Nobody knows how…
More Truth Than Fiction
Young Lady at Varsity Game : "Look at the mud on
those fellows' shoes. How do they get it off?"
Costello : "Huh ! What do you s'pose the scrub team's
Fr. Lawler : "Gilbert, you have a constitution of
R. Lawlor : "What is meant by the expression, 'bones of contention'?"
H. Stack : "It probably refers to cocked dice."
And They Call It Love
"Ah, this—can it be love?" sighed the maid as she sat on a seat in the park, with
Jim's arm around…
DAYS 'TIL JUNE 10TH
On September 8, 1920, we began our tour of Saint
Ambrose College. The trails seemed to be in first class
condition and our machines were running smoothly.
With very efficient skippers at the wheels this new year
at Saint Ambrose…
On the afternoon of the 17th the students were given the freedom of the campus
(the only donation in the first semester). Coach Devlin arrived on the 18th and immediately called for candidates for Varsity football. About twenty-five responded.