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1920 yearbook

1920 yearbook

Title

1920 yearbook

Description

"Anti-Bolsheviks"
Disapproval
O'Donnell: "I don't approve of a money lender."
Morrissey: "You don't?"
O'Donnell: "No. He serves you in the present tense, leads you in the conditional
mood, keeps you in the subjective, and ruins you in the future."
Strength
Fr. Hannon: "I wish some strong boy would volunteer to fire to-day."
Here they are: Lanam, Kenyon, Barry, Cosgrave, and Hinky.
Mr. Bashe (in English) : "Next month we'll take up argumentation."
Fowler: "What's the use in starting a fight?"
Lost : A cow belonging to an old woman with a brass bell.
Found: A white handled knife by a child with a broken back.
Interpretation
"Au revoir," said McCarville.
"What does that mean ?" asked Hendrickson.
"That's good-bye in French."
"Well influenza," retorted Joe.
"What's that?"
"Good-bye whenever you get it."
At the Candy Store
Kirchner: "Aren't the prices simply exorbitant?"
P. McGivern: "Profiteers. They're worse than the Forty Thieves we read about
in class to-day."

Date

1920

Identifier

http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/2327