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1917 Yearbook

1917 Yearbook

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1917 Yearbook

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TO LATE TO CLASSIFY
TESTIMONIAL FROM FAMOUS
ATHLETE
Keokuk, Iowa.
March 27, 1917.
Messrs. Garrity & Rohret,
Davenport, Iowa.
Gentlemen:
After undergoing your special treatment
for six months, I entered the high jump contest at Saint Ambrose College, in your city,
where some of the world's greatest athletes
were gathered. I won without a struggle.
I advise all comers, issers, and has-beens to
give your system a trial.
Gratefully yours,
(name on request)
COMING! COMING!
RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF VAUDEVILLE TOPNOTCHERS!
The Auditorium managers and stage
hands wish to announce that they have been
successful in rebooking the side-splitting-
team
MORROW & McGRATH
ORIGINATORS OK THE HORSE LAUGH.
Don't miss it! Watch for the date!
WE BUY FOR CASH
We pay highest cash prices for good excuses for sleeping over in the morning. We
have several good used ones for sale cheap.
SMITH & BLOOM.
Garrity & Wolfe announces that their
spring line of
PEANUTS
CRACKERJACK
and ATHLETIC HOSE
Have arrived.
See their latest styles in bats, pennants
and Granger Twist.
Buy now before the prices go up.
THE AIR-LINE COMPANY
Estb. 1916. Directors.
N. Flanagan Pres. A. Wallace
J. Morrin V. Pres. F. McGivern
F. Coonan Gen. Mgr. G. Millet
COMPLETE LINE OF HOT AIR.
FOR FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TRADE.
No order too large. None too small. Day
and night service.
Send your old hot air to us to be rejuvenated. We supply the allies.
CLASS STONES
Freshmen—Emeralds.
Sophs.—Grindstones.
Juniors—Blarney Stones.
Seniors—Tomb Stones.
(Lake Forest)
Collegiate—"How many 'A's' did you
Ret?"
Commercial—"The 'A's' on my card are
silent like the X in fish."
Paw gets Tony's Letter.
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CALENDAR
September.
School opens. Things look strangely
familiar.
The wheels start moving. Prefects' appointment is a surprise to all.
18--First Wednesday; general permission.
Paul returns to open the Book Store.
First philosophy class. Juniors have a
chill. Football practice.
A great man from the Windy City asks
for a job as sub-coach. Said "Great
man" decides to take philosophy. Mc-
Guinness P>ench-sheeted.
20—Tables arranged in the Refectory. Our
Rev. M. D. says that there is a good
reason why he wants us to have a
regular place in the chapel.
Rules and regulations read.
Here's to our second prefect, Mr. Volz,
May he escape an untimely death.
Movies were pretty good for a start.
Real hot water. Griffith and O'Connor
take their annual.
Says Muggsy: "False limbs are pseu-
dopods, amoebae move on pseudopods,
a one-legged man moves on a false
limb, therefore he is an amoeba.
30—Last day of September. Northwestern
college of Naperville put one over.
October
1—To-day's little story; M. P. Murphy, of
Windy City fame, was asked if he
knew who Eusebius was, he looked
wise for a moment and answered: "0,
yes, I know an old Jew up in Chicago
who runs a clothing store on West 12th
St.
3—Struck for free day and got it in the
neck. "Mrs. Plum's Pudding" in movies to-night.
5—Suburban Isl. is the new haven of all
Ambrosian fishermen, many stories of
the "fish that got away" were told tonight.
6—Plattesville loses to St. Ambrose 26-0.
Watch us grow.
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1917

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http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/2174