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14 JANUARY 1937
Sometliing happened last Monday ni?^t~we don’t know exactly what tecaase we were
sleepy^ hut the train ptilled in and our handkerchiefs pulled out, and since then
everything has been extrenely wettish. Expressions such as "you can’t win," "life
is GO futile," and "what’s the use anyhow" are circulated via pur personal little
"Grapevines". Moreover, exams are trucking along only too swiftly. Oh, woo is usi
'The entire student body regrets to hear that Miss Weise is leaving us in February
for Philadelphia, vhere she will continue work on her Ph. D. Miss Weise, our.-prayers
are with you.
Vfe wonder whore Pat Crutcher’s mind was wandering that day when she told
Mrs. Greenwood that a precis was "scanething you falX off*" She must have been siink
deep in thoxx^tl OR—sesmothing?? '
The balmy breoSes of Ihe past week moke \is ■fcink of "Welcome Sweet Springtime*"
Please, everybody wish for snow, cause just think vdiat fhn "tiivould bo to make a
snowmn of Mr* Guess*
For the world’s cruelest woman, we neninate Miss Lalor. She sat steadfast at
desk and anilingly refused to let her afternoon hygiene class see •the governor and
all of his State College assistar.ts parade. In answer to the protests voiced, the
lady calmly replied that all threats of liatred were in vein, because she knew that
she would be the most hated woman on the campus after exams, anyvvay* orrri urrr
Wo welcome to our midst (or *ould it be "mist"?) Mary Barroll and the sisters who
oantinually fool us by their twin-like appoaranco—Louise and Mary Powell. The
Bryants have a little sisterly coipetition.
Was Minnie Grace Olive playing Tarzan or jumping at conclusions when she nearly fell
out the window in Mr, Moore’s English class?
Friday is-another Civic Music Cchcert ril^it and this tiirn wo are going to be onter-
taihod by two pianists.- Wc haven’t boon able to iiguro out yet viietlier they’re both
going to play on one piano or tinkle on t,vo seyarato .instruments, but the lady
pianist looks like Mrs, Simpson. So, we ought to be charmed*
Overheard on iho Second floor:
Wo love her, for she is a dear, ^But still we think her notions queer*
For instance, when we’re in the tub—And wo ourselvoG begin to scrub,
'i ■ Approaching footsteps soon we hoar. -?? ?? ?? ?? ?? . -
"Young ladies, vhonbyou take a bath —fin tones so surely, full oi wrath)
From tub to tub you must not shriek. It is ixn-edost e’en to speak,
. , ■ Ahd do not let me hear yc« laugh.,
ExAJ.B, like weird Frankenstoins tJid Dvacul-as, locm nenaczngly in the not so f^
futurL A-'.ready we sue our selves grewin-:. gvey and tired after hours of frantic
study* Wh*-'’ ^I’^ct wo go through all this and terture;' We gain no knowledge by
our hurried cramidng'; ail we'get io e troxH-ndoas headacheX Ch, shat^s the use?
’•PO0.13 ARE iVil’E FY FOOLS LIKE ME"
My cheeks may be rosy and my figur-o sleek, Roses arc red and water is wot;
But why the horsemat .sovon times a week'? I naven'-t made above 70 in onytliing yet*
A zebra has stripes end a monkey a tail;-Why in the world don’t I get more mill
Sick in bod is Mary,, my buddy*
SI?.o couldn’t pass up; , ^ ,
Oil, what a shame on her family’s renown.
-She had an exar.i and wouldn’t study,
-She had to stay dovm.
Miss Tash explains the "no Badminton set" situation as being o^ own fault. Says
wo don’t know how to take cave of oix cquipmen.,. .ays.^.cok at ihe abused and torn
ping pong paddles. And other things tcc. Slie says s-® .1 get a set wlion wo prove
thS wo can t.ake care of whet wi nave. We couldn’o of any comeback to this.
To ourselves, we just wonder why the set ttus ever mentioned*
Senior essays, togeiter with a lot of other things, are getting us dewn. Titles,
outllLa nnfi bttlloRrapMos teforo If ™ o’o cri.zy, ne aro EoiPG to toko
Ifr* Itooro v.'ith us. V/anna cone too?