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The Aggie Observer. (Canton, N.Y.) 1923-1925, December 19, 1923, Image 14

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Page 12. men are looking forward to the' Christinas holidays \be- cause evervone is leaving Canton either to go home or to vis ic relatives and friends. A3. Jenkins left f om 31 ens' Fall. 3 after with Morrisville. • y ills home the game Rus: \Say Bolliver, I wonder how long before S.O.A* will bee oj-ne a Sunday School?\ Bolliver: • \\Wydaya mean?\ ••' Rus: 1! vihy, you know that there are dxver thirty agricultural schools v/hich are giving cour- ses in ice cream making and, as scon as we get a course of that kind, we will become a ''Sundae\ school, won 't we?\ Rus plans to stop in Oswego and talk over plans for the 1924 Agricola with the printers on his way to Pennsylvania where he will visit relatives during, the Christmas recess. Fire at T.' G. House arouses everyone at early morning hour, \Charlie\ Pack-lain disturbed the slumbers of everyone early Monday fcorning by shouts of \PireJ Fire I 1\- the halls were quickly filled with' fell- ows looking for the cause of the disturbance - or to see who was having a nightmare. Investigation soon showed that the noise came from the stairs where Charlie appeared •with, a pail of water making a wild dash for his room from which, smoke was rolling in clouds 0 The fire was causeed byuan overheated pipe from the kitchen range and was easily put out by two or three well directed pails of water. Seen and Heard at the Pire. \Buddy'' (after feeling o: walls in his room and finding then: cold) \Huh - there isn't any fire here in the house 5 '. And then went to sleep again, Neale wars much surprised, when , he heard about the fire Monday night, \Doug\ seemingly would make a fine traffic cop judging by the way he directed the bucket brigade §& the stairs, Rus, upon going down stairs to look for the sources of the fire was drenched by a pail of water directed by someone upstairs who was intent upon the same mission. Hilly appeared scantily clad clasping a glass of water in each hand after the fire v\ras out - his efforts were appreciated. Dramatic Notes, Spear says he wants the part of the man who got killed before the play started, * # # # t H I ql It was raining outside but there was sunshine inside at the first house party of Zeta Alpha Phi which was held on Saturday evening December 8th, One of the outstanding features of the party was the decorations. The room\was in semi-darkness and the first thing seen upon entering was an open fire place surrounded by branches of Christmas greens covered with snow. On one side of the orchestra which, incidentally, was the' Sigma Delta orchestra cf Potsdam, *vas a tree very prettily dressed with small Santa Clauses

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