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1919 Yearbook

1919 Yearbook

Title

1919 Yearbook

Description

DA PENUTTA MAN
I know dat I am feela blue
Baycause I am no hear fram you.
An' ev'ry day I sigh 'n cry;
An' feela like I wanta die.
Baycause you're far across da sea
In my own sunny Italy;
An' I am watch penutta stan'
An' try to be American;
To get enougha mon', you see,
So I come back to you, Marie.
But gee! I know I feela blue;
But jus' the same, I lova you.
—-Erik Kraeg.
HARD TO SWALLOW
Gallagher: Gorman is in an awful predicament.
Hickey—How's that ?
Gallagher: He lost a bet and has to eat his hat. A RIDDLE
Prof, (in arithmetic): What is the difference between one and two
yards ?
Georgen: A fence.
PETE OUGHT TO KNOW
Ziggy (in geography): Mr. Bohr, where is the largest corn grown ?
Pete: On people's toes.
I HOW COULD YOU, LEONARD? .
Flanagan (in history): Why did Washington cross the Delaware?
W. Barron: To get on the other side.
THE MISSING LINK
O'Donnell (at the park): Now here are the monkeys, the animals that
look the most like man.
Phelan: Where do you get that stuff; they don't look any more like a
man than you do, O'Donnell. A RIDDLE
On a certain door on Wisdom Row there is a sign saying: "You can't
come 'Stahl'lin around here." Higher up on that magnificent domain, the
third floor, another sign greets the eye of the passerby: "Whatever you do,
be sure and keep the 'Wolf' away from the door."
VERY BRIGHT BOY
Ziggy (in geography): What is a lake, Murphy?
Murphy: A lake, sor, is a hole in a tin pan.
Glanz (after being nominated president of the class:) I move that
the nominations be closed. (He was elected).

Date

1919

Rights

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

Identifier

http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/4652