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Title The Cougar, Vol. 1, No. 1, April 6, 1928
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  • Williams, Crawford, Jr.
Date April 6, 1928
Language English
Description From masthead: "Published Monthly by the Students of Houston Junior College of Houston, Texas."
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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 ®he Cougar Published Monthly by the Students of Houston Junior College of Houston, Texas Society THE COUGAR Martin gives evidence of unusual musical ability and will delight the audience with selections on his violin. ! William Pollard, Jack Barker, Jess Students of the Junior College and Horn and Frank Davis form a quar- Ifriends of Alice May Jackson, a for-'tette and will respond with several - mer co-ed of the college, will be in-; vocal numbers. Elma Basquez and terested to learn of her marriage to | Nancy Lee Wilson will be most be- Millard Padgette, Thursday, comingly attired and will add much Mr. and Mrs. Padgette to an interesting ensemble. Visiting delegates to the Inter- scholastic League meet have been especially invited to attend the performance as guests of the Junior Circulation Mgr. Eugene Jackson Kittredge Vinson, who motored with cdieKe Student Represent. . Irvin W'aldman his family to El Paso and Roswell, I Sponsor May Bess Hubefich New Mexico, has just returned to' Honorary Advisor F. M. Black Houston after having passed a pleas- — ant week visiting his brother, Tresley DEPARTMENT EDITORS |Vinson, who is attending a military Sports Jack Barker,sch°o1 in New Mexico STAFF Editor Crawford Williams John Associate Editor... Garland Sadler March Business Manager.. Wallace Banks will receive friends at their home on! Advertising Manager Fred Mosk 2536 Westgate Drive, after a short . Circulation Manager Eugene Jackso honey-moon trip. Asst. Business Mgr. Eugene Tadlock; * * • HUMOR _Q BELICOSE SERABELLUM'S ADVICE JUNIOR COLLEGE FACULTY ENTERTAINED $ * * * Spring weather and fair skies were Dear Burt: |so suggestive of outings that even I should suggest that you take four Annie Ruth Moore passed a pleas- some of the most staid members of or five girl's names such as Ida Mehr, ant week-end with friends in Beau- the faculty accepted the following Alleen Pickett, Mildred Braham and Hilda Ellison, put them on pieces of of April first, paper and place them in a hat—then showers do theii the game Thursday and was wording how he could get it down-town . I to be repaired, when up pipes our Dear Doctor: own clever Lester Kizer, chiding, "I'll I find it hard to chose the girl that!tell you, "Guzz," wind it up and let I want to go with at the junior college.;it run down." Enclosed you will find a self -licked, * * * stamp for which please send me your advice. BERT ATKINS. Exchange Anna Ray Qualtrough Society Mary Elizabeth Rigg Assistant :..,..,.Virginia Cronin Club Alleen Pickett niont and returned home late Sunday invitation: Assistant Julia Luckie evening. jOn Saturday, ev Humor Pat Quinn * * * Though thunder Assistant Shelley Jordan Julia Luckie, Lillian Riddle and worst, DR. BELLIKOSE. ■Mary E- Rigg, attired in attractive If with us 3"™'11 a-fishing go, * * * ' sport costumes, were seen at the first Please make haste and Iet us know- Dear Doctor- ' Editorial— baseba11 S^me of the season when *<* th/s f«hing trip we start at eight, T am ^^ ^tty ^ ^^ faut (Continued from Page One) the Junior College played St. Thomas. Now do take pains and don t be late, j am g h ^.^ colds_ ,,„„ „,.,,-, ... * * * Where Alabama s stream flows into _, , . TT , Why,' shouted the Ugliest M. ■ They make my nose red. How do man in the world as he gazed Genieva Jacobs enjoyed a visit of ■»|" .'several days duration to Austin and The number 10 you'll please retain ELMA BAgQTJEZ Grrrrr— John Tipton: to that water? Prof. Ander Same John: "What are you doing Vol. April i 1928 No. i r 'throw the hat away. into the mirror, "do you give me — ■ „A t-A back always the same reflection, "■> •>•>*" ">^ "» ™* ^f/^'r1 \ V% L* JT that same terrible face?" at Bay Shore. |If w,th us youll n.fs„,„g go. Dear E|ma Had the mirror been equipped! Very little entertaining is being Miss Topham and Miss Hubench, That's a cinch. Take plenty of good with'VOCal chords, it would havedone as hosteses are taking oppor- who were hostesses to the other mem-'g,^^ quinine, bicarbonate of soda, shouted back, "Because I haven't jtunity of the Lenten season to make.bers of the faculty, signed themselves ipirin and thfi Iike_ B(]t rememDer the power to change your face.jtheir affairs of a small and informal |the guardians of the fish pond, con-Jthe easiest way to get over a coid I can only give back that which nature. Several hostesses are plan- c em ing the location of which there |is not to resort to medicine of any you send." ning delightful entertainments to be; 'as much confusion. Some felt that!kmd The analogy, perhaps, is not held after Easter is marked off the the trip might end in the vicinity of clear. But the point is this. This calendar. JBuffalo Bayou and were a little dis-1 column will'be the mirror of — .appointed on learning that the entire1 Houston Junior College. It will »-i I XT .x outing would take P]ace in Miss T°P' not attempt to point out how JT f~@TlCiTi\OT&S\h-ms aI,artment- Changes should be brought j i On arrival each guest was provided about; rather it will give back „The Man Who Marrjed a Dumiwith fishing tackle and bait and was the reflection in startling reality.'Wife ,. a p,ay to be presented by forthwith called upon to demonstrate The faults will be obvious, as 8tude'nts-of the French cluh< is well his skill. Mr. Dupre and Mr. South obviOUS as those of the Ugliest :under way and the public may look(had exhaused some of their strength man in the world. [forward to an interesting performance.00 a previous fishing trip earlier in in the college auditorium at 8:45 p. m., [the day. It was reported that Mr. Friday. j South in addition to being an expert 'diver made quite a large haul in spite of the fact that he now has two band- Dear Doctor: My popularity : your advice? waning. What Katherine Baker. Dear Katherine: I would advise /you to take the boys for more rides between classes. Dr. Serabellam Need Material In Baseball Training The play, a social satire and a com edy from beginning to end, is an evi- "Be there a man with soul so'^ce"o7\h7^^^^ dead, who never to himself hath |^ance,the most celebrated Frenchman .^.crSe ty »^ «~rf on said "This is mv own mv native <* otters of the nineteenth century. It *la.ck made 'my *"* °* ™™rd ,on saia, inis is my own, my naiive „„j0,, j their evening trip. Mr. Black likewise game?" (With apologies.) Honest- !wa3 Pla^d m New York Clt* under' w__ „hl. t* hr;* in on]v ,, DOU!ld, Iv now who doesn't lot a kick out the direction of Granville Barker, and *as abIe to brmE ln only/5 Pound* t get a kick out a „„;„<,„ 1 of bass, the lowest score for any of Lemme tell has never failed to please American. audiences. |the contestants, for which he was awarded the consolation prize, a box the con- Dear Doctor Serrabellam: I have picked out a beautiful girl to marry and a wonderful cook. What do you think of my choice? Marcus King. of a good baseball game you something—Junior College has a baseball team! Yessir! A real live baseball team. Just what is the play ? Is it modern? No, indeed, far from that. Those \oi sardines. Mrs. Black, . Dear Marcus: Your choice is marvelous but such i marriage would be bigamy. Doctor Bellikose. Now boys Nancy Lea Wilson is iurely one fine girl. Mr. Porter says But aside from this, there are more interested in styles will be charmed trary, had the best of beginner's luck she would not even work improper candidates needed. There never lived with the spring modes of 1460. The and t;ed witn Miss Roberts for the factions. a boy who couldn't play baseball so Easter hennins will be the last word high g(,or^ After a fjnal m0Tnent of | Speaking of Mr. Porter, do you well that he wondered how McGraw in fashionable Parisian headgear.! know why he is like the banisters in C„„eo„ out, you follows Though costumes and setting, are of =»»■»«™ '«•>»*■ ">* *«**■»■ the „iddl, of o„, steps? middle ages, there is nothing medieval a bowl of gold fish, was awarded to Give up, everybody? missed him that proclaim to your associates that you don't have time for games. The the dumb wife's observations on Miss Roberts. ! Home Economics, nor does she wail Although the games and conversa- less you know about the game, prob- that she is misunderstood, that she^ arQimd th(j fish pond af£orded ably the better player you will make, needs attention belong exclusively to If Coach Bender can't make a real the fifteenth century player hopeles out of you, then you are The role of the dumb wife is by Alleen Pickett, laying alsc role, and interpreting i Frankly, there are some of the boys thp part rf the learned judge out who surprised me. Some are Quinn, who has already given evi- screams in gym suits, but they are dence of talent in connection with trying. They are not standing on the high school dramatics.^ Among other sidelines jeering as some people do Fellows, it's the love of the game that makes you play it. If you only play for the personal honor attached to it, then you will be a bigger flop in life than you are now. The honor of the school, the love of the game, and the chance of winning or losing- all these count when you play members of the cast, which represents ' the French Clubs of both Junior College and Central High School are the following students: Annie Ray Qualtrough, the lawyer's ward; B. B, Yeagar, the lawyer; Wallace Banks, the physician; Merlyn ' Christie, the surgeon; Morris Berman, the apothecary; Kittredge Vinson, the " secretary to the judge; and Marcus Among those trying out are: Bilao, Kmg and Phillip Stone, attendants Mosk, Tadlock, Guseman, Maniscalco, to the surgeon. Lawler, Jeter, Vallons, Sadler, Bla-j The entire cast will include eigh- lock, Ellis, Blair, and Barker. i teen picturesqquely clad figures. the chief pleasure of the evening, , d'there were several bridges to cross in its and many pitfalls for the less wary, ■y well It is hoped that their strenuous efforts is Pat win be followed by no unfavorable results. A salad course was served liter in the evening. All enjoyed the occasion thoroughly. I got a dog; I got a cat: I got a five room furnished flat: The place is fine: The place is mine I signed right on the dotted line— I got the ring and everything Yet I am sad and cannot sing; The reason seems—oh, so absurd-— I got the cage—BUT not the bird. He ran for many a mile. The bulldog tore his garters off, His socks were sagging as he flew. And now they call it style. Well, they both divide a column of "figures." "Not so funny but gosh dern, so original. Dumb: "Is this seat taken?" Bell: "If you will observe closely you will find that the last student left it there." Bed-time stories: Little Willie dressed in the best of sashes, Felt in the grate and was burned to ashes. After a while the room grew chilly, 'Cause nobody wanted to poke poor Willie. (Here's hoping you sleep well, children.) Massacre this on you mandolin: The ship was doomed and sinking fast, All the crew had fled but one, Byron Sadler kept cool with Coolidge, And did not choose to run. Oliver Guesman broke his watch at "Analyzing it." What's in it?" Prof. Ander (after reflecting for 20 minutes): "Two thirds hydrogen and one-third oxygen." Johnnie (meekly): "Then there ain't no water in it at all, is there Mr. Ander?" Suppose you slay this on your slayer-piano: The plane went into a spiral glide, "Doc" Stewart from his seat did slide. Frank Arrington looked up and gave a shout, 'Another good man, down and out." "I want some hot poppered butt corn—I mean cut buttered hop corn —that is corn butter pop butt, or rather hop cuttered pot corn, I mean —Oh, well, give me some peanuts. i When are you going to shave? I'm not shaving till Saturday. What's coming off Saturday? My whiskers. Captain Calvin: Who's writing so fast on that typewriter in there? Bob Collier: Oh, that's just Emify Alcala chewing her gum. Bashful: Do you mind if I kissed you? No answer. Bashful: Would you care if I kissed you? Mildred Learned: Say, do you want me to promise not to bite? San Jacinto Cafe 1421 Holman Ave. GOOD EATS CocaCola 5c Ice Cream 10c j Munn's Barber Shop 917 Capitol A ve. i Prompt, Courteous Service j F. JAMAIL Fresh Fruits & Vegetables Capitol and Reisner i LOST! One Bill Folder Containing Money Valuable Receipts REWARD! See Jack Winston PARK RITE SYSTEM Travis & Lamar D. C. McINTYRE, Mgr. In Houston's new theater district Washing—Polishing—Greasing
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