Some folks say that Annabelle Burke is haughty, but it's only because she goes with head in the clouds.

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    Franklin Johnson could not get near enough, it seems, so he fell into a young lady's lap in class one day.

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    We want to advise Carl Naylor not to consult Doc Gates on account of his hearing.  Miss Annis consulted the doctor and found she had heart trouble.

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    You ought to hear the high school boys sing "Pauline."  The sounds are hard to define, being a mexture of the noise which comes from under the fence when a young pig is caught and the sounds which a switch engine emits on the Panama railroad.

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    A young musician belonging to the Pauline cast said she trembled so much over the high notes that she could not shake.

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    At girl's basketball practice recently one of the small "guardlets" landed under Olga, the Junior goal thrower.  Up to date the guardlet hasn't recovered sufficiently to iknow what struck her.

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    NOTICE! - The high school public is hereby notified that in algebra periods, taken for Pauline rehearsal, freshmen will, in the future hand in home work problems as usual. -- J.E. Daniels.

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    The poems and ballads in "The Lady of the Lake" are pronounced childish by a certain freshboy.

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    As the school train passed Gatun one day, Miss Daniels noticed a lot of water in the lake and wondered if they couldn't take it out with a steam shovel.

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    Freshman--"How shall I break the news to my parents that I have failed in my exams?"
    Principal--"Merely send them a message: 'Examinations over; nothing new.'"

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    The dignified principal suggests that fewer papers be dropped on the floor unless the Physcial Geography class is trying to demonstrate precipitation in which case he will get a pair of stilts to navigate the woom with.

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    The Sophs recently studied the Diet of Worms, but the lesson came shortly after lunch as there were no special pangs of hunger felt at the though of such an edifying repast.

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            Arthur Vickery, the amusing brat.
            Gave seven-fifty for a Panama hat.
            Do you believe it?
            I guess not, he hasn't $7.50 got.

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    If Miss Annis' husband-to-be can vivisect people as readily as she can perform an operation on a freshman theme, we feel deeply for the Cristobal public. -- A speculative freshman.

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                   There was little Ah Sid
                    The Chinese Kid,
                    But he's not to compare
                    With our Sid debonair.

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    Miss Annis (When the proposal came): "I love my English classes, but Oh you doctor."
    Mr. Carr (When he heard it, inviting himself to dinner):   "Yes, I shall be glad to take a meal with you often next year."
    Miss Daniels (When the news was broke):  "I, myself, sometimes question the value of this life of art for art's sake."
    Mrs. Schreiber (at same news):  "Be sure, my dear Miss Annis, that you can get quarters.

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