The Handout (Fort Worth, Tex.), Vol. 8, No. 8, Ed. 1 Friday, February 9, 1923 Page: 2 of 8
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SiiIisi ri|ilion, per term $ 1 2~>
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we could never in without a new dictionary. \\ hat ,J Oh
them. They are an absolute] well, maybe it was the other
necessity for the flapper and J way. 1 know they both wroti
Jelly bean, and 1 admit that' a dictionary. Here's some of
real hrillancy finds food in co-lthe things Sam said:
educational institutions as well' Melchisedec
as in women's colleges. j He was a really h,appy man.
Kven th'-ugh woman was j I le was w ithout father, without
made for man. why insist on' mother and without descent,
making her secondary to him in
affairs before she is "'cave-
manned" into it. In the girl's
school there is "the lack of the
He was an incarnate bachelor.
11e was a In>rn orphan
best and kindest
* 11sI lies:
j jiowe- that has so long been j men.
| prisoned in the apparently de
I'.us \|fjr.! mure little creature is given
l .us. M.ur. | freedom and the right to work
I 'ir. .Mil! tljfiv
li' 11 •rl -r
All iiiatler for
turned 11.111 I lie
lioo i Siitmiliiy.
for |>uI>im ai ion
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J 1stmI'int, I'nlyteeliiiii , '!'■
■ d tun .
■ it's w<tnders.
\nd. truly, wonders it does
; work Ml the energy that can
he mustered into one small body
i~ lound so accumulated in the
modern girl of the woman's
college. F.nergy along with re d
talent is all that is required to
j ;n i ut the li -t annuals in the
state; the peppiest ( ollege pap-
■ i in the land ; to have the best
student organization (and it
presided ..ver by a girl); to
'bmld real swimming pools; to
i lay real baskeiball : to veil real
yells: to acquire real know!
edge and do all t'le other things
that are worth w bile.
Heaven and Hell
is the work of the
men and we-
ll ell. is the work
tellers. I he world is an
attempt to make the best of
lie was a prig. In the bed-
room scene with b lsa lie should
I have said that her question put
j him rather up a tree but that,
as .she wanted to know who he
was. he would tell her anil1
'would let the Holy (irail slide.!
Science and Religion
I hese are reconciled in ami-!
able and sensible people, but:
On Being A Swell All Round
I have never in my life suc-
iceeded in being this. Some-
times I get a new suit and am"
tidy for a while in part. Mean-/"
while, the hat, tie, boots, glove
M1 such things are callei
wonderful in co-ed schools. | and underclothing all clamor
(jirls m girl's schools do all j for attention, and before I have
these things. Then girls in girl's: got them well in hand, the new
Wh i is. she. tiii : e
creature full oi life ;
I hi paradox v\ In s e
home in gym togs ot
gown, in k:i e |e igli.
length skirts-, with i..
Ml* t '' f ( ^ j ) W'C C *
This marvel who c
M-n and the l.ove Story Maga- schools do wonderful things. | suit has lost its freshness. Still,
/.i11e in the same breath, quotes There is only one thing left if ever I do get any money.
Shakespeare or the latest Ma- for the co-ed to say, and that is! will try and make myself sprue
jestic gag, as though either of to learn a man before you ac- all round till I find out. as
them was her natural environ-, quire the same. Men are like ad- [-probably shall in about a w eek,
merit? Who hikes miles at a' vance mathematics. You mem- that if I give mv cloths an inch
time, (limbs mountains, and orizc one theory thinking that : they will take an ell.
faints at the sight of a step- j it will solve the next problem.! —-—
ladder? W ho shoots like a I'.ut you soon find that every i b's pore editors sure can svm
veteran and screams at the new1 problem must have a new pathize with him on this clothes
sight of a mouse? Who can tell theory for it solution. j proposition. I'm going to give
to woman's in-1 you just one more sample of
you ail about Freud, lone and Then leave it
I'.instein and asks her Mother, stinctivc nature to handle the j his dictionary, and then
how much soda to put in the man, and give her four years of j Doctors
biscuit? •Who can be the hoyd- freedom in a girls' scho >1.
eti"'or the jeiine Idle? Who is!
the most criticized', Wed, ham-1 SOME SWEET SOPHO
or the jeiine Idle
most criticized, b
percI and free
edged despot of society?
the modern girl.
s to your doctifl- is hav
per so|n in the
world? Who is the acknowl-
THE GIRL AND THE
GIR O'S SCHOOL
( hi launching out «"i such a
subject 1 f-el as though the old
proverb concerning a man who
prophesies air ut Te.xfis weather
might be ap'i.ahle in this case.
I am not a real sitrw-cniner, so'straight,
the latter of the two divisional As far
run across mv
I 'eg pardon? \o, he didn't
put il on the floor and walk
on it. I just meant that I
chanced to think of the gentle-
man. \s I can't think more
than twice a week, he will hav
ling such a row with your cells
j that you refer them to your
; solicitor. S.^ftimes you, as it
j were, strike against them and
Jstop their food, when they go1
a strike against yourself
of the proverb miM be mine,
Fool, though I lie, 1 can tell you
what others have t' Id me.
As I am a woman and also a
stude in a girls boardiin
mind just now. 'J . , -
Sometimes you file a bill
chancery against tlicin and
Sure 'nough, fellers. I hated
to spring such a line oil you.
t 1 1 eall\ had planned to give von
'! something original, but the edi
paper said that
keep words'!; hI ^ "'^leaded if I
iliilu t produce some dope forth-
with and imniediatelv, and this
was the best I could'do.
to be the subject of this com- , c • , . ,
parttnent or is it depart,.,.,,. ?; ,ur "f lh,s lmk
can never keen words
as I can make out,
Hand Made Fattei
Center 7th at I.;
N, Ntil P. Ander;:
EVERETT DRU .
We have anythir,
want in the drug 1
we appreciate your
ness. If ycu can't
down, phene us and
deliver whatever yt u
Quality Service C
POLY CASH GROC RY
Send it to—
All sorts of Sweet
for girls to eat
Sain was an old bird who wmtij
along with the V ictorian and
Later I'.ssayists. I don't know,
I why the}' were called Victortan.'
, . , , , , sc!k'"1 , i'robably because they rode in i Officials nf S \i i ■ i
you think thai I should wish the victorias, which were the -innn-il comlcnui
that I were m a c«.-ed untversi-j fords of those times. Anyhow, jish amusement! ^ athe"'
o-ed schools(>ani was a Victorian .writer T. \V ( decidnl »t.'■ i .
have never, who tried to put one over on vcir Wont r i H l as i """ UIC w".v J""
been to one- and 1 am sure that'old Daniel Webster and invent thiVv. -ir? Happen,nobody knows wh.cli w iy
' -y • stuffing is going to suutM-
But I don't,
Ma was pmti.ig th
lations near the head <
table and pa wonder, d w
"I love 'em and respc
and all that." ma said,
you know they don't wet
And the way vou car1
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