THIS LEAD IS WORTH FIVE CENTS
THE TWENTIETH PART OF A DOLLAR.
Well, the little blue covered wolumn is out.
That covers the subject.
Good story by a gent who seemed to have been in the "late unpleasantness." We liked it until we found that he had been in the Royal Army Medical Corps. There used to be a beeoootiful song about them, something about mechanics. An' tha Editor says that he "fought" in the War. Oh Well -- undergraduate seniors will be undergraduate editors else where for born or somethin'
The jokes don't compare to those found in this column daily )Adv. Whadda we care for misrepresented facts?)
I suppose the Phoenix must be published but it seems n' awful waste of time when the Whistle (Adv.) is running.
Which reminds me that the booful blonde lady at the desk said the best way to get to the third floor of Cobb Hall was to get a Phoenix salesman on your trail. THEN RUN.
The silver fish and the simian
Now this is the thing that troubles me--
Something from something, I infer,
The Order of the Bigger and Better
Copyright © 2001, Mary S. Van Deusen