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Title The Cougar, Vol. 6, No. 9, March 22, 1933
Alternative Title The Cougar, Vol. VI, No. 9, March 22, 1933
Contributor
  • Julian, James L.
Date March 22, 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 Four THE COUGAR GIRL CAGERS BEAT COLLINS MEMORIAL Junior College defeated the Collins Memorial 44 to 11 which terminated with a very un sports man-like Coll team walking off the court late in the fourth quarter after disputi numerous decisions. Jack McGeath who has refereed all of the girls' games to date should be commended for his fine work and at no time should the inferior Collins team have complained of his officiating. Bonnie Shelton proved to be a new star by scoring 10 points and playing a fine offensive game. Avis Parks and Doris McVicker featured in their smooth passing combination while Jenny Wait was high scorer with 6 field goals and 4 free shots. Miss Hubernaul proved to be a very poor sport in leading her team off the court due to the huge lead piled up by Junior College. BELIEVE IT! ITS TRUE Baltimore has developed a "Junior Fire Department" of 30,000 boys who are being taught the principles and practice of fire prevention. In India there are about 2,300 castes or hereditary social classes, each of which establishes the status and usually the occupation of those who are born into it, and from which it is impossible honorably to escape —even through education and wealth The consumption of both hard and soft coal is decreasing slowly in proportion to the population, but the use of fuel oil, natural gas and water power is developing quite rapidly. In the United States today, not more than 5 out of every 100 families employ even one full-time servant. Lightning flashes in three directions—from clouds to clouds, from clouds to the earth and from the earth to clouds. Alekhine the chess marvel—Dr. Alexander Alekhine, world's champion chess player, has often played against a dozen or more opponents while blindfolded, and has always won a large majority of his games. Recently he played 21 games at the National Chess club, and on the following day called off every move— over 1500 —- without error, emerged with 12 wins, four losses and five draws. At present Dr. Alekhine is touring the United for a series of exhibition games. Candle light "goes out" when you blow it, because you blow away the gases which feed the flame! In lighting a candle, the match must be held to the wick long enough for the wax to begin to melt and form gases. A record put out—The flicker, a species of woodpecker indigenous to northern and eastern North America, ordinarily lays six eggs. But if its production be stimulated by robbing the nest daily this production can be increased considerably. Seventy-one eggs in 71 days by a single flicker has been produced, by actual experiment. Bats have a peculiar faculty of avoiding objects in their way. If a bat is blinded and placed in a room with threads and branches strung about it will flit in and out without touching a single barrier. Scientists, endeavoring to learn the reason for this skill, believe that bats possess feeling intensely, the membrenes of the nose and wings being filled with numerous nerves in addition to blood vessels. Many have curiously shaped fleshy appendages called nose-leaves around nose and mouth that are peculiar sensitive. CAN YOU TAKE IT? FULTON RENFRO, once a highflier at Sam Houston, has fallen for our magazine cover advertisement for spinach—FRANCES NESMITH. That crazy, itzy, bitzy MARJORIE WILKE pulled one the other day. Mr. Hooker told his class that the tiny foramanifera died and made the chalk cliffs of England. "Dern white of 'em," approved Margie. Slender OPAL WILKINS worries about being too fat. EDWIN BAKER entered at midterm and now knows everyone from the janitor down to Dupre. He was the highest officer in the R. O. T. C. at Sam Houston. ELAMEY FISHER, late of Rice, is another Sam Houston grad that entered at mid-term. Mesta Wag- ganer, who knows her, is kept busy handing out info about the charming young lady. Yes, lady! ISRAEL RABINOWITZ every night undresses into track clothes, runs a coupla miles around the front campus, takes a cold plunge, then skips merrily home—or maybe we have the order wrong. Enyhoe, he does it all to top off his six course schedule. SARAH MOLLY SCHIMMEL, who has reached the merry old age of 15, had a story published in the AMERICAN, and other of her literary attempts is to be published ir LIBERTY in December. We want our name in the paper but can't think of anything that we've done to have it put in about. Have you noticed the ring on the engagement finger of MARY MOORE ? C. W. SKIPPER is a typical news paper man. In the spring a young man fancies himself—and also in the summer, winter, and fall. SISSY O'NEAL is delicious enough bo eat. that play! Was anything terrible as hearing AL GARDNER recite "Friends, Romans" etc. And poor HENRIETTE. She had to lie dead on the stage for ten minutes without moving. And we just get over a red headed Hamlet. By the way, EVA LYN and LILLY ANN, what was it all about? If EVELYN COFFEY starts keeping bad company the bad company will then be good company. Yeah, this is code. "SPITFIRE" WADE can make us blush. Our little NELL (very little, mentally, physically, and otherwise) wouldn't be wafted up to the angels Uncle Tom should go down the riber. MUD AND MEDALS Oh, hear the moan of womanhood' plight As mothers sit up late and quakt "Oh, Heaven, guide my boy tonight, 'Cause Kitty's on the make." Minnie's best friend Minnie is beloved By Minnie most of all, lis said. And, tho' Minnie by the world be snubbed, Her esteem for Minnie is never dead. "They're just too awfully silly," say some; And 'tis no doubt but they're both nertz But name two females an inch more Than brunette Cocky and blondy Swertz. Ethel Margaret Falk, sophisticated is she, Her perfume flutters hearts ■ nostrils it assails, Her face and figure are as pretty But A Boomerang Lodger—"This steak is like a cold day in June, very rare." Landlady—"And your bill is like March weather, very unsettled." He—"Goodness, George! This is not our baby! This is the wrong carriage." tie—"Shut up! This is a better carriage." GRAY and TRAVIS FAIRFAX 3344 Your worn out mattress made New SANITARY MATTRESS COMPANY Tuftless and Inner Spring Mattress OUR SPECIALTY l.-)07 Louisiana B-31500 i be, Lord, she bites her finger nails. Staggering down the hall come Hamp and Mary, They cling to each other a while, then shove, And tho their eyes are awful starey, 'S not liquor 'at makes 'em drunk —'s love. There is no question more current, now, than beer; About his skinny tallness and his looks were glad, His eyebrows—shades of Mercury So right now and here We ask, why doesn't Joe Beer drive the woman mad? Breathes there a man more alive than our own Brinkley? Holds a nine hour job, makes "A"s in some of six courses, Dates every night—no halo 'round that hair so crinkly; Horse sense? No! but has the energy of several horses. Little boy," said the minister to the urchin, who was tying a can to i dog's tail, "do you know the wages of sin?" "Is dis a sin?" queried Johnny, thout looking up. "It certainly is." "Well I don't want any wages fer dis. I'm doin' it for fun," Onlv one location 1307 Congress V. SCARDINO Modern BOOT and SHOE Workers—Fine Shoe Repairing Frank V. Scardino, Prop. Phone B-30718 ALMEDA PHARMACY, Inc. "Your Drug Store" Holman and LaBranch H-8194 MAJESTIC Week Thursday March 23 Two Sensational Explorers captured torrid Tarazanas BERT WHEELER and ROBT. WOOLSEY —-Starting Friday, Mar. 31 JOHN BOLES "Child of Manhattan" with Nancy Carroll HUMOR mmic Miller: "The president of the First National Bank gyped me out of a hundred thousand dollars." Ralph Mouret: "Why do you mean he gyped you?" Jamie: "He won't let me marry his daughter." Lamar Harlan: "I sure was louzy in that last bout tonite. For two cents I'd let you sock me on jaw." Ev Ames: "I'll take a dollars worth." Mary Burleson: "Haven't seen you for months; where've you been keeping yourself?" Maxine Fowler: "What makes you think I've been keeping myself?" Mule in a barnyard, lazy, and sick. Boy with a pin on the end of a stick. Boy jabbed the mule—mule gave a lurch (services Monday at the M. E. Church). Mamie: "What's the matter ? What are you quarreling about now?" Gertrude: "Sister and I were playing shipwreck and she won't go in the bathroom and drown herself." Mr. Killough: "Has that young man who has been calling on you given you any incouragement?" Myrtle: "Yes sir, last night he asked me if you and mother were agreeable to live with." Mr. Robert Hopson, Sr.: "My son ,me out today. He got four years taken off his sentence for good conduct." There you are. I always said you would be proud of that boy." Ausine Buster: "What is your worst sin," Juanita Buller: "My vanity. I spend hours before the mirrow admiring my beauty." That is not vanity, Juanita—that imagination." A taxicab driver was hailed by a speakeasy doorman, who escorted four men to the cab, arranged them carefully within, and instructed the chaufeur: That man on the left (Hamp) goes to Park Avenue, the next one (Rip) to East Sixty-fifth Street, the one on the left in the front seat (G. Hedrick) goes to East Fiftieth, and the other (H. Mills) to Rive rside. he driver nodded under standingly and drove away. In a few minutes he was back, beckoning to the door- Hey buddy," he said, "would you mind sortin' these guys out again? I hit a bump on Sixth Avenue." "Is it very far to the next town?" B. Hoffman: "Well it seems fur- ther'n it is, but it ain't." Pi: Skypper's girl is just like the drink of the Gods. Beta: How's that? Pi: Eevrybody's nectar. Richard Gustave: It certainly is dark in this parlor. Gosh, I can't even see my hand in front of me. Ruth Gribble: That's all right. I know where it is. Fairfax M.: Hey Mom, do you think it is windy enough for me to wear my new undies. Says Dee Jackson: Love may be blind, but it has a marvelous sense of touch. 'So you are undertaking to keep bees?" Yes," answered Farmer Corntas- "I don't want to miss anything, and I've been stung every other way there is." rs. Gabb—"So your husband objects to cats?" Mrs. Stabb—"Yes, indeed. He says that I feed all the cats in the neighborhood. Won't you stay and have tea ? " WHITE CAFE FAMOUS FOR SIZZLING STEAKS "Tender as 814 Travis Mother's Love" F-9440 Van Pharmacy A COMPLETE DRUG STORE Prompt Delivery B-32100 1826 Leeland LOEWS Return Engagement JEAN HARLOW CLARK GABLE IN RED DUST L. E. FOUQUET THIS COUPON and 20 cents entitles you to any shape watch crystal glass or unbreakable. Credit Jeweler 909 Preston KIRBY Starting Wed. March 22 "Strictly Personal" MARJORIE RAMBEAU Eddie Quillan, and Dorothy Jordan Starting Sat. March 25 "Woman Accused" NANCY CARROLL CARY GRANT SCENIC AND SPORTY BRIDLE PATHS TALL TIMBERS STABLES SAN FELIPE ROAD M Mile West of River Oaks 50c Week Days 75c Sat. & Sun. Party Rates $15 Mo. Board Don't Kill Your Wife "Let Us Do Your Dirty Work" FLYNN AND MURDOCK CLEANERS CALL US W-5098
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