Title: Purdue debris
Year: 1904 (1900s)
Authors: Purdue University
Subjects: Purdue University College yearbooks Universities and colleges
Publisher: Lafayette, Ind. : Senior Class of Purdue University
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
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m, in Junior Chemistry class, remarked upon the entrance of a stray ianother dog in the class should not create such a disturbance. into the classroom : The effect of having AND THE BAND PLAYED ON At the dime museum on Fifth Street the barker was expatiating on the wonderful characteristics of the deilfish.The devilfish has ten mouths, he bawled, and pointing to Farkas, continued, But he doesnt make half as much noiseten of em as our fuzzy friend yonder does with his one. There is a professor named Young,Whom the Juniors all think should behung ;Sells cm Steam Engine notes.And smilingly gloatsOer each buck and a half from their pock-ets hes wnmg. EVIDENTLY THE GERMAN FORTYPEWRITER At the Debris staff meeting, Bertholdadvocated the taking of merchandise in ex-change for advertisements, saying: Wemight get a stenographer or something. BRILLIANT BILLY Professor McColl— Mr. Bilsland, canyou tell me what quantity is constant inadiabatic expansion ? Billy— Why—the volume is constant.
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Engineers Idea of i ROUGH ON HANCOCK Instructor Hancock was monkeying with one of the testing machines, trying to find out what made the wheels go around, when hewas approached by a couple of students whom he did not know, and who, as is clear to every one who knows the instructor, did notknow Hancock. They had a question, and Hancock assumed his most dignified air of erudition while he listened. How do you find the moclulus of resilience of this specimen? asked one. Do you do it this way? and he went on at some length. Hancock apparently gave the subject deep thought. Well, he finally remarked slowly, that might be so. Or do you do it this way ? asked the other questioner, and he explained his method. Hancock pondered deeply. Well, he remarked slowly, that might be so. Come on, said the first man. Lets go find somebody that knows something. They hunted up Fermier. After having settled the matter to their satisfaction, one of them said: Who is that guy over yonder? That? Thats Instruc
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