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Title The Cougar, Vol. 3, No. 3, January 1930
Alternative Title The Cougar, Vol. III, No. 3, January 1930
Contributor
  • Shepperd, Louise
Date January 1930
Language English
Description From masthead: "A monthly newspaper devoted to the interests of Houston Junior College. Published by the Journalism Department, Houston Junior College."
Subject
  • 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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Title File 004
Transcript THE COUGAR J-O-K-E S-H-O-P "What do you do?" Lois Dawson: "I keep house, scrub, scour, bake, wash dishes, cook, do the laundry, iron, sew." And the census-taker listed her: "Housewife—no occupation." Englishman: "I lost fifty pounds during the crisis." Stout Friend: "Tell me your method." BILL BOARDING! Seeing America first: . . . sharp curve ahead. ... a skin you love to touch. . . . what a dilapidated old house. ... It floats. . . . 400 rooms with bath. . . . from contented cows, . . . just soak and rinse. . . . What a wonderful view. . . detour. . safety and interest guaranteed, best lubrication. . . . slow down to 20mi. . . . hot dogs and pop. ... no left turn. . . . come again. . . . Florida's Nursery. ... 57 varieties. . . . farm. . , . Fottsville was settled In . . . more power, quicker get-away. . . . this Is a fine stretch of road. . . . detour. . . . more mileage. . picture ahead. . . . kodak as you go. . . . H. C, Nagel: "Sweetheart, Is it possible for me to leave you?" "Boots" Horn: "Oh, yes, I think so! Dad may be waiting for you at the front door, but the back way is clear!" Zelda Amdur: "My fiance said he had seen nothing smaller than my feet." Don Lang: "I have—the shoes you Judge: "If, as you admit, you were three miles away digging potatoes when this man was arrested for speeding, how can you testify that the car was going at the most, only 20 miles an hour?" Sambo: "Jedge, Ah used to own that caah!" "Why do we have to pay such unreasonable rates just for bringng a few Paris gowns Into Madrid?" "I don't understand it very well myself, but I suppose it is just a little Spanish custom!" Stranger: "I am an advertisement canvasser. Have you any small wants I can advertise? Mr. Dupre: "Certainly not. My servant should not have admitted you. I have told him repeatedly that I do not see canvassers." Stranger: "Then dismiss him and advertise In our paper for a more obedient one." Weldon Meadows: "You look like a million dollars to me." Frances Willard: ' 'Yeah, an' I'm just as hard to make." Stranger on Ark to Noah: "What are you looking for?" Noah: "Two bootleggers." Jack Passante: "Louis Dee got his nose broken in three places." Lefty Morris: "He will probably keep his nose out of those places TO J. V. Your little hands Your little feet Your little mouth O God, how sweet. —James Morris. A speaker at the recent football banquet had waxed eloquent for longer than was necessary. "After partaking of such an excellent meal," he continued, "I feel that if I had eaten any more, I would be unable to talk." From the far end of the table there came a whispered order to a waitress: "Bring him a sandwich!" Mr. Black: "How many students are there studying at this school?" Mr. South: "Oh, about one in ten." They arrested a policeman recently because they found a corn on the cop. H. Wood: "How do you do? I've heard so much about you." J. Day: "But you'll have a hard time proving anything." Coach Smith: "Remember that football develops leadership—now, get in there and do as I told you. Terry Russ: "Why do you worl hard?" Bill Bower: "I'm too nervous to steal." The tiny ivory-skinned old lady knitting beneath the parlor reading lamp. She looked like something Whistler would have painted. Presently a tiny child came into the room and asked, "How do you feel today, grandmother?" "Lousy," answered the old lady. L. Lyon: "Pity is akin to love." Stanley O.: "Maybe, but my girl .-ill accept no substitutes." "You're the tenth boy who's had this thumb bandaged in here today," said the obliging doctor. "Those Chi O's always serve their tea too hot," cursed the tenth college boy. W. Livergood: "Why did you cut the sleeve out of your overcoat?" N. Lewis: "So I could put It on without taking my books out of my George Lanaux is so dumb he things a peacock is a chicken In bloom. If you are caught red-handed be nonchalant—tell 'em you cut your hand. We know a girl so modest that she wouldn't do an improper fraction. Max L.: "Now our half-back is about to kick off. Margaret Tabany: "Oh, how terrible! Was he injured in the last game ?" iaw: "Why leave? The evening's but a pup yet. Ley: "Yes, but I'm dog tired." Mr. Harris: "Why have you quotation marks around your exam paper?" Soap McG.: "I quoted from the girl front of me." COMPLIMENTS OF Stanley Reeves Block Doctor of Optometry 706 FANNIN STREET 'WHO'S WHO' ON THE JUNIOR COLLEGE CAMPUS Cast your vote for the prettiest girl on the Houston Junior College Campus. Drop your ballot in the box of the contest in the office of the Dean of Women as soon as possible. I CAST MY VOTE FOR: Miss Prettiest Girl Address Name of Voter This contest is sponsored by "Who's Who" in "Campus News" Of W. C. Munn and Co. Lewellyn Ross: Wliat do you stick your hair down with?" Harry Seaman: "Crustene." Lewellyn R.: "Why?" Harry S.: "Because it's shorten iug." Bo: "What are you doing now?" Zo: "Buying old wells, sawing them up, and selling them for post holes." A blotter is a thing you spend your time looking for while the ink is dry- It is probably urged on by the spur of the moment. Quinine: "If Minnie in Indian means water, what does Minnesota Arsenic: "I'm sure I don't know." Quinine: "Sota water, you poor thing." Inspector: "Got away, did he? Did you guard all the entrances?" Sheriff: "Yes, we think he must have left by one of the exits." "Olive, you get better looking every day." "Oh, Scott, don't exaggerate." "We'l, then, every other day." Peet: "Did you notice the waiter looking at you as If you hadn't paid your fare?" Aleo: "Sure, and did you notice me looking at him as if I had?" Artist: "Stand still, cuite." Model: "Can't; cootie." Chocolate, Honey, Nectar, Ruth Kidd. We're having a new house built to match the perfectly stunning doorknocker mother brought back from Boston last week. HEY! THIS WAY Lucille Bowden—and she's plenty cute. Then there's Edna Bowen, another new comer to Junior College. Mildred Learned, who's always laughing and cutting up. Here comes Denis Sneigr—the industrious reporter for sports. Just watch folks between 4 and 9 and you'll see everyone of these students—not scholars. Compliments of the TEXAS BLUE PRINT & SUPPLY CO. 1013 Capitol Ave. Between Fannin and Main Phone Preston 4907 and 4908 "Where Quality, Service and Experience Count" BILAO'S SHOE SHOP Special Attention Paid to Ladies' Shoes A TRIAL IS ALL I ASK PHONE PRESTON 7910 1108 Capitol Avenue PRINTERS STATIONERS . . . STANDARD Printing and Litho. Co. Phone Preston 3848 1207.1211 CAPITOL AVENUE (Opposite Post Office) BANQUET SLATED FOR # # # * GRIDMEN IN CAFETERIA ■* # # * ON JANUARY EIGHTEENTH The lettermen will be honor guests of the Cougar Collegians at the first annual football banquet to be held in the school cafeteria on Saturday evening, Jan. 18, at 7 o'clock. Unique decorations will adorn the banquet table on which a turkey dinner will be served by members of the Cougar Collegians. Roy Hofheinz will preside as toast- master, while there will be short speeches by Mr. Oberholtzer, Mr. Black, Coach Smith and others, in addition to an original program being planned. Tickets for the banquet will cost 75 cents each, are on sale from all members of the Cougar Collegians, or may be obtained by calling Mrs. John Bender at Hadley 6214, or Ruth Kidd, at Capitol 4795. Reservations must be in by Thursday evening, Jan. 15. TEACHERS DEFEAT COUGAR BASKETEERS Sam Houston State College Proves Nemesis To Smith's Men Coach C. B. Smith's cagemen were sidetracked Friday evening in their Initial, attempt of ■ the 1930 season by the Sam Houston State Teachers' freshmen squad. Score: 25 to 22. The Cougars opened the game with a smashing attack that held the Teachers helpless. Short, snappy passes against the visitors' long, low tosses gave the Junior College boys a 15 to 4 lead at the end of the first half. Mascarilla and Eaton were the Cougar's chief scorers during the first two quarters, while Peterson and Johnson checked the Freshmen forwards. The Teachers came back in the second half to give the Cougars the works, everything but the key to the city. Middleton and Lowe led the Freshmen in an attack that swept the Cougars off their feet. The visitors battered the Cougars from one end of the court to the other, taking many shots at the basket and sinking enough to tie the score in the third period and take the lead in the final eight minutes of play. The freshmen played ball up to the last minute, at no time attempting to freeze the ball when thev were on the heavy end of the score. High point man for the Teachers was Lowe with four field goals and three free throws. Eaton led the Cougars with three field goals. Referee: Russell Keith, Southwest- Time keeper, Louis Bilao, Texas. The lineup: Cougare— Position Teachers— Mathews . . Barden Forward Mascarilia Bunting Forward Eaton Shields Center Peterson Middleton Guard Johnson Lowe Guard Substitutions for the Cougars: Turk, Nesmith, Jeter, Yelverton, Dupree; substitutions for the Teachers, Whitley, Rogers Loue, Camp, McKen- zlr. WOOD & PURDY SPORTING GOODS COMPANY Athletic Outfitters :: Felt Emblems and Pennants Made to Order Hunting and Fishing Supplies Phone Capitol 2613 1317 Capitol Avenue POST OFFICE PHARMACY 1124 Capitol Avenue Phones: Fairfax 1480-3820-6783 Light Lunches — Special Toasted Sandwiches Chili and Tamales Prompt, Efficient Service to Students Kirby's Pressing Shop L. C. Kirby, Prop. TAILORING DRY CLEANING PRESSING PHOXE PRESTON 5931 Barry's American Shoe Shop George Wilkes, Prop. SHOE REPAIRING, SHOE SHINING AND MAGAZINES 1120 CAPITOL AVE. GRIGGS LECTURE SERIES TAYLOR SCHOOL AUDITORIUM January 19-25 FINE ARTS SERIES 4:15 P.M. SHAKESPEARIAN SERIES 8:00 P.M. TICKETS: Single Lecture 75c Either Series J200 Combination $3.00 FREE LECTURE SUNDAY, JANUARY 19, 3:00 P. M. Sidney Lanier Junior High School Auditorium SUBJECT: "Robert E. Lee—American Warrior—Hero of the Southland."
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