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Title The Cougar, Vol. 6, No. 7, February 15, 1933
Alternative Title The Cougar, Vol. VI, No. 7, February 15, 1933
Contributor
  • Julian, James L.
Date February 15, 1933
Language English
Description From title page: "Published by the journalism students of the Houston Junior College."
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  • College student newspapers and periodicals
  • University of Houston
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
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  • Text
Identifier LH1.H6 C6; OCLC: 10270243
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • University of Houston Archives
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Transcript PAGE FOUR THE COUGAR COUGAR PUCK PUSHERS ! / AM A FUGITIVE BY C. W. SKIPPER The World's Best Known Fugitiv Left to right: Ed Cadena, right wing; Harry Gray, spare defense; Eddie Chernosky, right wing, manager; Starks Green, goalie (kneeling); Charles Miller, spare defense; Billy Fitzgerald, left wing, captain; Harry Flavin, center. Not in picture: Mayo Albert, right defense; Tom Crawford, left wing; Jesse Darling, left defense; Jack Potter, coach. —Courtesy Houston Post HUMOR Warren Lemmon: "Would yoi marry a dumb, half-baked, goofy fel low for the sake of his money?" Marian Robinson: "Oh, Warren, this is so sudden!" Two is company, and three another story for a confession magazine. Sign on Melcher's Ford: This stops for Blondes — slows down for Brunettes, and BACKS UP for Red Heads. Dear Editor: You know all and see all, do you think King Solomon in all his glory really found happiness? He should have. He had a thousand chances to our one. Mae Gohlke: "Did that bank failure upset you?" James Talk: "Sure did; I completely lost my balance." Stillman Taylor: "I'll never gamble again." Laurence Bettencourt: "Oh, yes you will." Stillman Taylor: "What will you bet I won't?" Florence Kendrick: "Your husband has a new suit." Mrs. Fred Page: "No, he hasn't.-' F. K.: "Well, something's different." Mrs. F. P.: "Maybe it's my new husband." Joyce Gillett: "Unless you pay up soon," wrote the black-mailer, "the gang is going to kidnap your wife." Bill Stiles: "I haven't any money," came the reply, "but I am interested in your proposition." Grand Eunuch: "Did you hear about the accident the Sultan had this morning?" Royal Executioner: "No. What happened?" Grand Eunuch: "He fell over 35 feet" Royal Executioner: "Gosh! He musta got out on the wrong side of the bed." Some gulls were following a ferry boat. An Irishman said: "Nice flock of pipoons." A tourist insisted: "Those are gulls." "Well," said the Irishman, "gulls or boys, they're a fine flock of pigeons. To End The Depression: Put all the women in the world on one island, and all the men on another inland, miles apart; then, in no time at all, everybody will be busy building boats. A chorus girl was engaged to marry. Pretty sudden," isn't it?" asked the manager. "It was in a way," agreed the girl. "I only met him a short while ago, and at first I wasn't sure of my feelings. But the moment I saw his car, I knew I loved him." Little Bo-Peep Is losing sleep, Running around to dances. Let her alone, And she'll come home, A victim of circumstances. He says that he can Stand her turned-up nose— But what gets him Is her turn-down NO'S! Harry Flavin: "Oh! boy, hot news, hot news!" L, P. Marshall: "Yeah? A man bite a dog?" H. F.: "Nope—a bull threw a congressman!" Mr. Harris: "Now, which one of you carj tell me what Marc Anthony said when he called on Cleopatra in her boudoir?" Ben Mason: "He said, 'Oh fair Cleo, I didn't come here tonight to make speech'." FACULTY NOTE The absent-minded professors are assembling tonight for their big annual forget together meeting. Elizabeth King: "Daddy, Fred asked me to marry him last night, but I told him I couldn't leave mamma." "Oh, that's all right, honey — take her with you." It's easy enough to get a social secretary—the real problem is to get a secretary social. Katherine Elliott: "Is Mr. John Smith staying here?" Nurse: "Say, this is a hospital, not a hotel!" Mary B.: "Where did you get those big sympathetic eyes?" "Oh," Hamp replies, "They came with my face." "So" says Mary Stephenson, "I says to the economic prof, it's my observation that some with the fewest principals draw the most interest." Fred: "Let's sit this dance out." Wilma: "I'm tired; let's dance awhile." She was only a sociologist's daughter but how she knew her juvenile delinquency. The absent minded professor jumped out of bed in the middle of the night, ran to the head of the stairs and shouted: "Who's down there in the kitchen?" "Nobody," said the burglar. "Well that's funny," said the professor, "I could have sworn that I heard a noise." Mr. Miller: "What happened in 1483?" Ethel ML: "Luther was born." "Correct! What happened in 1847?" E. M.: (After long pause): "Luther was four years old." Reo King: The more I read the less Jill Jenkins: You're well read. Almeda Pharmacy 1423 HOLMAN H. 8194 yHltilM WEEK OF FRIDAY, FEB. 10TH "NAGANA" A Drama of a Wild Woman Amid Furious Jungle Beasts WEEK OF FRIDAY, FEB., 17th JOHN BARRYMORE in "TOPAZE" I am a fugitive from a female chin gang. I have been humilitated. My face has been scratched and my shins lacerated. I have been disgraced. I shall not be taken back alive. My misfortune began when the boss gave me a half-day off from the office, In my joy in receiving the holiday, I overlooked the fact that my wife was entertaining her bridge club that afternoon. I walked in the front door beaming. I was at peace with the world. My wife ran up, threw her arms around my neck, gave me a big kiss, then drew away and said, "Oh, so it's YOU! What are you doing home this time of day? You know I'm entertaining this afternoon!" "But, my dear," I replied, "I assure you that I won't be in the way. I'll stay in my room and sleep." "You'll do nothing of the sort! You can start in by freezing the ice cream, then you can bring a dozen chairs from Mrs. Wigglebottom's. After that, there are groceries to be brought from the store. You sleep? Ha, ha!" I first chopped the ice and half-inch of ice pick through my thumb. I then overturned the chocolate sauce and dropped and broke two of my wife's best cups. I ended up a race for the back door with a coffee pot thrown by the little woman. The race was a tie. The guests began to arrive, so hunted1 the paper so that I could retire to my room. I found three women reading the society page. I sighed, and started to leave the room, when my wife discovered that an expected guest had failed to arrive. , 'Percival dear, you'll be a fourth bridge, won't you?" Now, there is nothing I enjoy more than a game of poker, pinochle, black jack, or occasionally a good, rousing game of ping-pong, but bridge! Faugh' Yet I know a command when I heai one, so I replied "Certainly, my dear!" Nothing important happened until the second rubber, when an excited partner removed a divot from my shin with a French heel. Who could expect a country that invents heels like thai. to pay her debts? A short time later I led with the deuce of clubs, and my partner led with a right uppercut. I was dummy the next hand, and went to my room for a smoke. I discovered too late that it was being used i dressing room by some of the players. That accounts for the scars on my face. My wife, afraid that I would break up the meeting, started serving refreshments. I dropped my ice cream in the lap of Mrs. Jabber. Attempting to be nonchalant, I then burned a hole in the imported linen tablecloth while trying to light a Murad. I could read in my wife's eyes what my fate would be after the party, so the next time I was dummy I coolly sauntered to the door and made the ten blocks to the depot in one minute, just in time to catch the train for New Jersey. They'll never take me back alive. I am a fugitive from a chin gang. Jumbled Jargon WED.-FRL THE THRILLER OF THRILLERS "Wax Museum" LIONEL ATWILL FAY WRAY FRANK McHUGH SAT.-TUES. James Cagney "HARD TO HANDLE" KIRBY The model well-BRED college boy is a HALF-BAKED FLOWER of youth with lots of CRUST whose studies are * not WELL-DONE, and who is taking a four year LOAF on his dad's DOUGH. He has WAVY hair, seems to live on a strong LIQUID diet, usually has WATER on the brain, and his head SWIMS if he can't SEA someone's paper on an examination. He starts in as a GREEN freshman with a BLACK heart, i-nd although WHITE, has a very BROWN skin. He sees RED when he is called YELLOW because he is BLUE and homesick for his home in ORANGE, and his girl VIOLET. People say that he is a WARM- blooded, COLD-hearted jhiek who gets HOT when he is called TEM- • PERATE. He has usually ONE some kind of athletic contest, generally the kind f where the participants shout "FOUR." but he is good at TENnis TWO. If he loses it is because of something he EIGHT. His favorite reoreation is the game of SEVEN and ELEVEN. His test papers go for NAUGHT, and usually come back the same way. He has a pet dog he always SIX on people. The average collegian is always trying to DODGE his creditors. He likes * a girl with AUBURN hair, but he can't aFORD many dates, and besides every other night is WILLYS KNIGHT out. PHILLIPS' CAFE IF YOU HAVE TRIED THE REST, NOW TRY THE BEST! 1417 Holman St. RICHMOND CAFE Plate Lunches Steaks Chicken Dinners 1607 RICHMOND H. 0122 LOEWS SUPPLIES THE LAUGHS! Even Congress Is Laughing at BUSTER KEATON and "SCHNOZZLE" DURANTE in IN M-G-M's "What! NO BEER?" 10 CLASS LESSONS $1.00 6 PRIVATE LESSONS J5 NEW BEGINNERS' CLASSES Starting Every Monday and Thursday for Bahies, Children, and Adults in BALLROOM, TANGO, BALLET, ACROBATIC, PERSONALITY Singing and Tap Dancing ABEL SCHOOL OF DANCING IMITATED BUT NOT DUPLICATED 614'A FANNIN ST. FAX. I
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