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1919 Yearbook

1919 Yearbook

Title

1919 Yearbook

Description

OUR MENAGERIE
A Bru-hn
A Moos
A Bohr
A Crowe
2 Wolves
All Kinds of Bulls.
HAPPY BRITT
There was a young man named Britt,
Who hailed from the town of DeWitt.
Every day to the gym
He would go for a swim,
This nice little man named Britt.
Alex went out for a Walk (er), Early in the afternoon, and met a Pohr in a little Glenn. He was
very much excited and began to Frett, less it, the Bohr, should try the half
Nelson on him. He Crowe(d) loudly for help, and a Bowman named.Chief
Whitecloud came to his aid and killed the Bohr with his little arrow.
VERY GOOD, YOUNG MAN
Fr. A. (in Manual Training)—"Tell me how to make a Maltese Cross."
Paarmann—"Step on it's tail." '
MORE PUNCTUATION
Fr. H.—"What were you doing in room 404 last night ?"
E. Wolfe—"Punctuating some sentences."
Fr. H.—"What were you doing when I came in ?"
Wolfe—"Making a dash after closet."
Mr. Bouquot, our Commercial Philosopher and very celebrated student
from Riverside, is giving quite a few talks on his adventures in No Man's
Land. At one time, he says, he surrounded and captured 500 Germans.
Included in this number were 10 Luxemburgers, who he later released,
because they were not in the war of their own free will. He frankly admits
his engagement to a French girl of Paris, and says that after his graduation he will once more leave for the old country and claim her as his bride.
Mr. Bouquot is Alsatian by birth and expects to settle at the Family
Castle on his return.
IT HAPPENS THUS
E. Walker—"I found my social duties very pressing during the Christmas vacation."
Lindorf—"How so?"
Walker—"Mistletoe."

Date

1919

Rights

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

Identifier

http://cdm16810.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p16810coll2/id/4668