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1913 Yearbook

1913 Yearbook

Title

1913 Yearbook

Description

Name
Pet
Expression
Just
Imagine
Him
Ambition
Where
Generally
Found
What
Generally
Doing
Ought
To
Be
Known
Better
As
PORTEL
"Got Me
the First
Time!"
With
C. A.
B.
To
Become
Fat
In Bed
Arguing
Actor
Billy
LAWLOR
"Get Me?"
Passing
Up
Prunes
To Get
Ninety in
Philosophy
Plugging
Philosophy
Playing
Billiards
Billiard
Shark
Prunes
WM. CALLAHAN
"Pretty
Good,
Huh!"
Without
Crimmins
Fussing
In
Crimmins'
Room
Primping
Suffragette
Maggie
MICHALEK
"By Dad!"
Being
On
Time
To Be
a
Musician
Watch
Tower
Fiddling
In
Utah
Rip
COUGHLIN
"Perhaps!"
Amounting
to Something
Coyote
Raiser
In
Pool
Room
Brooding
Over His
Troubles
Americanized
Coyote
MEYER
"Shut
Your
Face!"
Without
An
Argument
Third
Baseman
Chapel
Teaching
McDonnell
Buttinski
Buff
BAXTER
"Good
Morning,
Bill!"
Without
Bill
Bartender
On His
Way
Downtown
????
Horse
Trader
Nigger
BURKE
"Now,
Mryl!"
Without
Skelley
Married
Man
With
Skelley
Holding
Hands
Ashamed
of
Himself
Red
L. CALLAHAN
"Oh,
Did
I!"
With a
Dirty
Face
Manicurist
Before
a
Mirror
Powdering
Good
Farmer
Jimmie
CROWLEY
"Huh!"
On Time
at Football
Practice
Sport
Celania's
Loafing
Unknown
Fat
EVANS
Too Dignified to Use
Slang
In a
Gym.
Suit
Coal
Miner
At
Corner
Store
Bluffing
in
Classes
President
in Own
Estimation
Dad
FLATTERY
"Goldarn!"
Studying
To Belong
to Somebody
In
Study
Hall
Talking
to
Nig
Fine
Hash-
slinger
Flat
DICTIONARY—Continued.
Third Floor. A large and well laid out residence district containing St. Ambrose
musicians and offering special advantages to the student, including bath. The
rendezvous of St. Ambrose's most skilled fire-escape climbers and window sill
acrobats.
Ventilator. A device constructed for the benefit of students who do not care to journey
to the smoker.
Wisdom Row. Quarters for the sick. Well equipped library. Palace of the originator.

Date

1913

Rights

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

Identifier

http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/3864