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1915 Yearbook

1915 Yearbook

Title

1915 Yearbook

Description

"Irish Club."
Pass word: "Erin Go Bragh." Emblem:
"Clay pipe." National Song: "It's a Long
Ways to Tipperary."
Members: McConville, O'Toole, McGiv-
ern, McGonagle, McDonald, O'Connor, Mc
Dermott.
"German Club."
Pass word: "Halt's Maul." Emblem:
"Stein." National song: "Zu Lauter-
bach."
Members: Schmitz, Schmidt, Schnoe-
blen, Moehn, Kleffman, Jaeger, Zimmerman, Highberger, Woeber.
"Belgian Club."
Pass word: "Klip a de winkt." Emblem: "Wooden Shoe." National Song:
Everybody's Doing it."
Members: Van Waus, De Rycke, Van
Wonterghen, Kirkhove, Coryn, Meersman.
"French Club."
Pass word: "Le Mieux est l'Ennemi du
Bien." Emblem: "Fleur de Lis." National Song: "When It's Apple Blossom
Time in Normandy."
Members: Molyneaux, Devereaux,
Thomann, Carpentier, Bossuot Bros., Mil-
lett.
Neuzil: "Pretty good; he and I play
about alike.
Freshman's Prayer Before Exam.
Now I lay me down to sleep
In my little bunk,
I hope to die before I wake
And thus escape a flunk.
Prof. "Now, Archibald, compare 'sick'
for the benefit of the class."
A. G.: "Positive, 'sick'; comparative,
'dying'; superlative, 'dead'.

We're not allowed to smoke or chew,
We're not allowed to drink,
But when we don't know what to do
We just sit down and think.
CLASS IN POLITICAL ECONOMY.
Subject, "Insolvency."
Prof.: "Mr. Whalen, were you ever
well, I won't ask you."
Henry: "Yes, you can. I'm insolvent
right now."
Hill: "Father Lawlor said that even
the best man in the class missed at least
one question in the exam."
Lenaghan: "I knew I missed one."
Doyle: "What kind of a tennis game
does Father Hauber play?"

Date

1915

Rights

St. Ambrose University, 518 W. Locust St., Davenport, IA 52803

Identifier

http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/3691