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Image from page 240 of “The record” (1922)
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Identifier: record00valp
Title: The record
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: Valparaiso University
Subjects: Valparaiso University College yearbooks
Publisher: Valparaiso, Ind. : Valparaiso University
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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r wil .show? Doctor: It ought not to. — The Lyre. Soph: Whatll we do? Senior: Ill spin a coin. If its headswe go to the movies, if its tails we goto the dance, and if it stands on end westudy. —Brown Jug. BOTH INSULTED The car stopped with a sudden lurch. Tough Gent: that motomian! Wotinell does he think this is—a freighttrain? Blankety—?—! Blank! Young Thing: Sir, I demand an apol-ogy. T. G.: So do I, miss, and if he doesit again well both get off. —Sun Dodger. Cat: And right in the middle of the floor she began to shake Catter: The hussy!Cat: No, the shimmy. PROBABLY A BOXING MATCHShe (just back from Paris) : I cantgo to this dance tonight: my trunkshavent arrived yet. He: Good Lord, what kind of a dancedo you think this is going to be? —Lnnt/Mon.—&—Cleo: When Bill danced with me lastnight he kept letting his hand slip downmy back. Patricia: I hope you rebuked him.Cleo: I did; I told him to keep it up.—Piirplf Cou: L Tiro hundred thirty-tuo [D^ t f THE RECORD

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A Sure Pass—o—Jack: Didnt you see me down townyesterday? I saw you twice. Jacqueline: I never notice anyone inthat condition. —Jester.—0—HONESTY He: Lets kiss and make up.She: If youre careful I wont haveto. —Gargoj/lc.—0—CANOEING She (timidly) : Dont you think weought to hug the shore? He (not so timidly) : Why the shore?—Broivn Jxiq.—o—AN ORPHAN Say, waiter, is this an incubatorchicken? It tastes like it.I am sure I cant tell, sir.Well, I can. Any chicken that had amother could never get as tough as thisone is. —Wampua.—o—I love you, Cinthia; will you marryme? Oh, sir! This is so seldom. —Hum Bh(j.—0—The Father: How is it, sir, that I findyou kissing my daughter? How is it,sir? The Suitor: Great, great! —Burr. I took my girl For a stroll in the Park. She Said Her hands were Cold, so I held them For her. Pretty soon She said she was Cold all over. I Gave her my Overcoat. Now she Wont speak to Me. -Record. At your service, said the burglar, ashe jim

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Image from page 63 of “Mirror, 1921” (1921)
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Identifier: mirror192100unse
Title: Mirror, 1921
Year: 1921 (1920s)
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Subjects: yearbooks
Publisher: Bates College
Contributing Library: Bates College, Edmund Muskie Archives and Special Collections Library
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c-ord, put on at one of Charlies Chase Hall sprees.Movie operator, stenog. Politics Club prexy, whistexpert, cook, warbler of songs, gobbler of Rand Hallfudge, choir steerer,—these are a few of this blondboys doings. He is all set to meet life; that oldsmile, that optimism, that courtesy and thoughtful-ness for others should pave the way for lastingfriendships and success for Charlie, old boy. RUTH STILES, A.B. Born June 22, 1898, Louden, N. H.; Colby Acad-emy; Y. W. C. A.; Enkuklios; New Hampshire Club,1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 1, 2; Soccer, 3; Second Team,Volley Ball, 4. Rufus is a happy-go-lucky damsel who is alwaysready to help; it doesnt matter what you want, justask her. And shes awfly good at having a goodtime, too. Shes a rather breezy young miss andvery decent when it comes to lending things. By theway, Rufus, your room is taking on a rather awfulaspect since youve taken to playing double Can-field; but weve got to hand it to you when it comesto skiing, old scout—youre there.

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Image from page 17 of “The American Legion Weekly [Volume 4, No. 49 (December 8, 1922)]” (1922)
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Title: The American Legion Weekly [Volume 4, No. 49 (December 8, 1922)]
Year: 1922 (1920s)
Authors: American Legion. National Headquarters
Subjects: American Legion periodicals
Publisher: American Legion
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Hugh J. Kearns Post gives a cup to the best drilled company of theNebraska National Guard Turning Out for theNational Guard HUGH J. KEARNSPOST has gained aname for itself and for theLegion among the Na-tional Guardsmen of Ne-braska. When it was an-nounced that the Ne-braska National Guardencampment would beheld in Plattsmouth thisyear the post decided toaward a silver trophy cupto the company rating thehighest all-around campefficiency. Just prior to the reviewof troops on GovernorsDay, the cup was pre-sented to the winningcompany by Past Post ^^PCommander A. H. Dux-bury. The post color bearers and guardand two platoons of post members inuniform assisted in the ceremony. Spe-

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cial news-reel movies weretaken and the Legiongained columns of pub-licity. In addition to award-ing the trophy, the postfurnished ample quanti-ties of stationery bearingthe camp name and thename of the post for useof the guardsmen at theirrecreation tent, the postclub rooms and boxingring were placed at thevisitors disposal andcamp chairs, writingdesks and tables werefurnished. The Legionalso sponsored a trackand field meet open tothe visitors only at whichprizes solicited by the post membersfrom local business man were given tothe winning contestarxts. A David of Posts—A Goliathof Activity EVER since the historic clash be-tween M. Carpentier and oneDempsey it has been the habit of thewiseacres to wag their heads solemnlywhen questions involving quality andsize come up and pull that one abouta good big man being better than a goodlittle one. They take no account of theincident of David and Goliath, or of thefact that Napoleon stopped growing atan early age. The adage that good good

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