Fr. Hauber—Mr. Wagner, can you tell us anything about the spinal
Dutch—The spinal column is a long wavy line. I sit on one end and
my head sits on the other.
YOU'RE RIGHT, AL
Fitz (cutting hair)-—You sure got a rotten haircut…
Ye Ballade of Ye Bell
A brazen rusty bell does ring;
We hear it everywhere.
Its raucous-throated shoutings bring
Cold shivers to the air.
Its wailing saddens all that's fair
With grief no pen can tell;
It has of Hades' gifts a share
That brazen rusty…
Young Miss Springer—Awfully nice of you Mr. Rooster, to bring me
such a nice beautiful worm, but father doesn't allow me to accept any useful gifts.
I First Aggie—Where did that hen come from?
Second Aggie—From an…
NEGROES UNLOADING COAL AT MIDNI1HT
• Lanam (after seeing Doc Moore's name on the smoker wall)—I know
some Moore's down at Keokuk.
Doc—Where do they live?
Lanam—I don't know where they live, but they are the ones that belong
Among the many fellows of St. Ambrose there exists (I should say
vegetates) a society called the Manning Club, and it sure is some society.
Composed of the Philosophers it thinks that it can put it all over; the other
guys, but I'm here…
Wanted—A few liberty bonds that were stolen from me. Please send
name and address with the bonds and obtain a suitable reward. Address
J. J. Collins, St. Ambrose College.
Wanted—Xenophon pony. Will pay a good price for the right…
Cody and Ed.
Look at the tender and loving faces of these
two. Can you not imagine the Platonic friendship that binds them together? Of course it
was love at first sight. I will describe their
first meeting. They gazed on each other for
HIS OWN GRANDPA
I married a widow, who had a grown daughter. My father visited our
house very often and fell in love with my step-daughter Mid married her.
So my father became my son-in-law and my step-daughter my mother, because she was my father's…