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1920 yearbook

1920 yearbook

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1920 yearbook

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10—Gannon spends the forenoon writing out ex-
cuses to be used to explain his absence in the
future. We hope lie gets away with it.
11—General permission in afternoon. The Garden and Royal did a big business, especially the
later; even V. O'Neil was there.
12—Play practice at 8 P. M. Fitzpatrick is shocked
at the antics of some behind the scenes. Gordon
struck a match. Reason? A "Lucky Strike".
13—Many attend K. C. Minstrels Show. The prefects were all there in the bald-headed row. Why? They didn't have to pay for their
tickets; Fathers Stahl and Schoenfelder were generous.
Carroll Bros.
lawyers
301-304- LANE BUILDING
Phone Davenport 13
GEO. A. STAHL
Dealer in all kinds of
Fresh and Salt Meats
Hams, Bacon, Lard, Tongue, Sausage,
Corned Beef, Etc.
1026 Main Street
Keokuk, Iowa
C.VAN BESIEN
GROCERY AND
CONFECTIONERY
2302 Sixteenth Street
MOLINE, ILL.
Quality, Service and Good Will
James F. Halligan
Funeral Director
GEO. McCABE, Mgr.
212 West Fourth Street
Telephone Dav. 43
14—Lights must be out at 9 :59 or "thou shalt lose thy room and vegetate in the the study hall",
says the ultimatum.
15—Juniors defeat Alexis High, 62-0. It was like watching a hare and snail race. Movies at
4:30. The picture was good, even though the operator was somewhat slow.
16—Father Hauber leaves for Iowa City. No wonder the grocery wagon stopped at the Frat
House.
17—Dutch Wagner is off today. He doesn't return until 11:30 and is severely criticized by
Frat House members.
18—Infirmary take on an aspect of a hospital ward. It was expected by the faculty for the
quarterly exams begin soon.
19—Well, I passed that test. How about you? Oh. sixty-nine, of course. It wouldn't do to
make too good a showing.

Page 156

Date

1920

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http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/2374