After a heart-breaking first half, in which somebody seemed to have
gotten the basketball rules mixed with those for mumble-peg or tiddle-de-
winks, the Juniors made a brave attempt to overtake the Swedes, but
Father Time intervened while they were a…
GLIDING along smoothly and annexing victory after victory
the Midgets completed a basketball season of which they may
well be proud. Although they played but five games all were
good ones and held the interest of the spectators quite as much
LOPPING off the old heads is Father Adrian's favorite diversion, so no one was surprised when he barred all new candidates who were over 16 years old from his Junior baseball
squad. There were no high school opponents in the field,…
IN Baseball, as in Basketball, the Midgets have a team that
any other aggregation their size may do well to hold to a low
score let alone conquer. While in Basketball they were
forced to bow to superior weight, no such advantage…
Stop, passerby, and look a bit
On many a finely-featured fellow—
At Allar, Bailey, Barnes, and Britt,
And Gerwe, Dautremont, Costello;
At Feeney, Flaherty, and Lew,
And Butler, Glanz, and Horty, too.
Forget not Hudson, Ott,…
DA PENUTTA MAN
I know dat I am feela blue
Baycause I am no hear fram you.
An' ev'ry day I sigh 'n cry;
An' feela like I wanta die.
Baycause you're far across da sea
In my own sunny Italy;
An' I am watch penutta stan'
An' try to be American;
The following letter was opened by mistake, and was found so true to
life that it must herewith be printed:
Blackhawk Hotel, Davenport, Iowa, 1-23-19.
Mr. Joseph Mack,
St. Ambrose College.
Dear Mr. Mack:
I know that I am imposing on your…