Wednesday, February 6, 1935.
An editorial in the “Old Gold and
Black” is titled “Students Are
funny.” Can it mean they are fun
ny (peculiar), or funny (ha, ha.)f
Anyway here are a few things for
you to think about and while think
ing expand that flabby matter your
family so kindly calls brain and de
cide on the aforementioned question.
I. Students are funny:
A. Busiest people in the world.
1. Never get anything done.
2. Never wastes any time—
3. Never have any time.
(Reminds me of Dr. Anscombe’s
favorite lines: “Pupil: “How long
will it take to move a mountain?”
Instructor: “It takes all the time
that’s necessary, and you may have
all the time there is!”) Back to
B. Always rushing around get
ting an Education.
1. Never decide what education
2. Don’t absorb lectures.
3. Take subjects but don’t
4. Bead things but don’t see
5. Aim for intellect, but never
C. They have more liberty of
speech than anyone.
1. Never say anything of im
D. American students only peo
ple in the world who are free
to be perfectly honest.
1. Give their opinion why the
world should be better and
2. They could criticize all mod
ern abuses, but criticize
meals, light-cut rules, and
parallel readings instead.
E. They worry about the DE
1. As if it were their own in
ability to get a job next
2. They think it isn’t right, but
don’t do much about it.
P. On auspicious they are: The
Loaders of Tommorrow, but on
every ordinary occasion they
are The Equals of Men.
1. Graduate doesn’t care about
becoming the leader of to
Students Are Funny
Do you agree with the “Old Gold
and Black?” You’re funny if you
“The Parley Voo’ announces the
appearance of new features in The
Collegiate Digest. “Comic Review,”
Crossword Puzzles, and Short Stories
are added. The cartoons found on
the new “Comic Review” page are
productions of student humorists
throughout the country. Another
feature is the short-short story on
page 6. The rotogravure section
pays its regular rates for student-
contributed shorts,, not more than 500
words in length. Mail your best to
HOW NOT TO UGHT A BRIDGE TABLE
Think of trying to play bridge bj^ the light of two candles, stuck in
bottle tops. Yet that is the equivalent of the light in many homes
— a level of illumination that will make any party drag.
For gayer, livelier parties, use an indirect portable lamp. It pro
vides the ideal light shadowless and glareless — for playing bridge
and other games in comfort . . . and an equally efficient light for
a quiet evening of reading.
Phone Southern Public Utilities Co. and aak for a free demonstration
of the new type direct-indirect lamp in your home.
SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY
Collegiate Digest, P. O. Box 472,
On one occasion some one put a
very ittle wine into a wine-cooler
and said that is was sixteejx years
old—• “It is very small for its age,”
New Spring Shoes
o a o:
AVIATOR. Col. Roscoe Tur
ner: “A speed flyer uses up
energy just as his motor uses
‘gas’—and smoking a Camel
gives one a‘refill'on energy
...a new feeling of well-be-
ingand vim. Camels cheer me
up! And they never tire my
taste or upset my nerves.”
ALFORD ARCHER-SPECIALIZING IN
AGRICULTURE: "Believe me, my schedule
is a pretty full otie. Lots of classes, lots of
night work, and lots of 'lab,’ too. It’s in
teresting — but hard wark! I smoke a lot
because I find that Camels keep me on the
alert...banish that drowsy,'done-in’feeling
And w'hat a swell taste they have! It’s a taste
you don’t get tired of—makes you come back
again and again for more. No matter how
mu(rh you smoke, Camels don’t interfere
■ with healthy nerves.”
^ :ALL SAY:
Camels are made from^
linfer. More Expenstv^.;;
Tobptcqs —Ttirktsli and
JOIN THE NEW
with ANNETTE HANSHAW
GLEN GRAY’S CASA LOMA ORCHESTRA
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OVER COAST-TO-COAST WABC-COLUMBIA NETWORK
BUSINESS MAN. I. J. Prit
chard: “Camels give a ‘lift’
in energy that eases the
strain of the business day
and drives away fatigue and
listlessness. And since turn
ing to Camels, I can smoke
all I want, and never have
B. J. Reynolds Tobacco
Winaton-Salem, N. C.
NiVER GET ON YOUR NERVES!