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COLUMBIA, E4. C., OCTOBER 27, 1908
Professor Easterling-"Mr. Sligh,
why did you not work that proposi
tion before coming to class? Don't you
know there is no time like the pres
Fresh Sligh-"Yes, sir, that's why I
waited until now.
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The friends of Mr. Bogan C. Trip
pett, 'zo, are sorry to learn of his re
cent illness. He will be out of college
for several days ol account of
All local material for THE GAME
COCK will be gladly accepted if handed
in on or before Saturday to the local
editors, 9 E. Rutledge and 5 Monte
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Fresh Heyward to Soph. Sheppard
-"I always thought they called the
Charleston boys 'tar-heels.' ".
"That skirt dance lasted two min
utes at least."
"Sort of time exposure, hey?"
How about the Carolina Dramatic
Club? Dr. Btyney says he will give
the use of the "New Lyric" for the
Fresh Clark-"Speed, did you go to
the fire ?" /
Fresh Speed/ o"Yes, you ought to
have been there to see that mineral en
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Fresh D. C. Heyward, Jr., to smart
Fresh J. B. Heyward-"Say, Jimmie,
what's the use of the ankle ?"
Jimmic (promptly)-"To keep the
calf off the corn."
Fresh Seibels to Fresh Benet
"George, are you going out to the
football skirmish this evening ?"
Mr. "Cad" Coles, Clemson, 'o6, is
visiting Mr. John Lee and friends on
Mr. Ralph Foster, 'o5, and Mr.
Eugene Oliver, 'o4, former wearers
of the "C," are with the boys this
P R I N
Columbia, - -
Call at our Office in the Book S
will appreciate youi
Carolina is glad to welcome many
alumni at the annual reunion of the
Professor Colcock has recently dis
covered, scientifically, that the man
in the moon is a Democrat.
Prof. Snowden-"Mr. Marion, for
what has the administration of Roose
velt been noted ?"
Mr. Marion-"It has been an era
of DEformed spelling."
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