Image from page 373 of "Purdue debris" (1917)
Title: Purdue debris
Authors: Purdue University
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^ XX ir d ^jL G llrTiA^Gr-^i± y^ U9 1917 DGbri;^ When Johnny Rides the Cow
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Ah there, behold friend Jawn, the dean!Remark his careless air serene.How jauntily he perches there!How cool he seems; how debonair!And yet I 11 bet my Heavenly lyreWhen he sees this hell blow a tire.But let him rave and rend his hat.We dont take Ag., so what of that? This work of art, still in the rough,Was loaned us by an E. E. prof.We gathered round and took a peep;Then kissed said prof, on either cheek.And wrung his fin in sheer delight,^nd turned again to view the sight.For such luck, in the life of men.Comes once perhaps, but not again! We hope friend Jawn will not get sore.And raise a too unseemly roar.We hope he will not loudly curse;Of course we could have made it worse.But certain Ags. upon the staffDesired that Jawn be spared the gaff,Till they were safe among the grads.For Jawn has such cute Httle fads. Now, as one man, this staff does move That it will very much behoove The artist who next paints our Jawn For the Hall of Fame, or livery bawn, To show him, with determined
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