(For Ed Hines, March, 1919)
Oh, two is still a company
And three is yet a crowd,
And four upon the boulevard
Could never be allowed.
'Tis sweet to wander off afar,
Alone, with none to spy
Save some bright winking tiny star,
If one's sweetheart be…
Below is printed our single pastoral poem entitled:
LOUIS THE GAY DECEIVER
A sweet young maid from
Engaged to Louis Klise
Went down to pay him a
On the old farm, so
She saw him place a doorknob
Right under a…
THAT DURNED OLD LAZY FEELIN'
That durned old lazy f eelin'
That gits yer in the Spring,
When the robin starts to twitter
And the medder-lark to sing.
It's then that you're so blamed tired,
That the work don't do a thing.
When that durned old lazy…
PROPHET DANIEL'S (KEELER) VISION
He dropped asleep (in Gerwe's room you know), and saw a vision of
St. Ambrose in 1924. He saw as:
Master of Discipline—Rev. E. A. Cone.
Director of Choir—Rev. John T. Gerwe.
Study Hall, Year of 1918-1919.
Since I saw yer fur the last time I've been having the time of my life.
Talk about fun, well, I've just been dieing laffin at the tricks that I pull
over on some of these city guys. They…
every day so I guess he's tryin to get some sleep so he'll be awake for
Then there's Curran, he's got loveli fluffy hair jest like yours. He
went to De Witt for Easter and ever since he's awful happy, smilin and
laffin at hisself. I…
DIARY OF S. A. C. LAD IN 1950
Monday, Feb. 6—Oatmeal for breakfast. No desert for dinner.
That's all. .
Tuesday, Feb. 7—Oatmeal for breakfast. No pie. Dope. They
started on the foundation of Senior Hall…
Fr. H.—"Was everyone killed in the flood?"
Red Mack—"No, I saw the flood in a moving
picture and there were quite a few that weren't
H. Vander Vennet—"Gee, I feel like twenty-
Horty—"You mean twenty cents,…