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32 THE MONMAL RULES FOR CONTEST. 1. Names of contestants will not be made too public. 2. Every candidate gets a vote as a coaxer. 3. Every contestant gets a number. “ All samee prisoner.’’ 4. Standing of cortestants will be published in next issue. 5. Votes must not be written on. This is positive. Prof. Scott (in Physics): Miss Wallace, what do you under stand by a couple? M. Wallace: A couple is the resultant of ----- Prof. Scott: No, Miss Wallace, you cannot find the resultant of a couple. It takes two forces. E. Hearn (Speaking of the chosen profession): Well, it is only the ignorant class that makes fun of school teaching. And school teachers always get the best husbands anyway. Prof. Garver: The Prince of Wales cannot choose his wife. He’s only a prince, you know. Now, Mr. Davees and I can choose ours. Miss Herrick (in Senior music): Do you think any (N)ormal class would remember that? Unanimous: No. Dickory, dickory dadder, Two Moshers climbed a ladder. The floor can tell How hard they fell, Who knows what they did to the ladder? Miss Carson (in German): What does this mean: “ Of all mea sures of blowing thou art the beginning?’’ A. Finnegan: It means playing the harp. Since the Bozeman boys came to debate at B. C. H. S. Ted has begun to languor (Langhor) and Bryl is very lucent (Luce.) Sib. F. (in English): I move that we amend Miss Stephens. Prof. Mosher (in Algebra): You add Miss Betz to both sides of the equation.