from "School Notes" in the 1937 Latin School Register

"First, time out to tell you that this column is not yours; it's ours. (Yah, fooled you, didn't we!) All you sinners, hide your pasts. We've hidden our own skeletons in the closet, because we intend to spare no one, not even ourselves. We give fair warning: be on your best behavior everywhere and every time; we're waiting, watching, and writing . . . Here goes! . . . To you fellows who can't study because you've been disappointed in love, one master offers this bit of wisdom, 'A woman is like a street car; there will be another along any minute.' . . . (One wonders whether he speaks from experience, doesn't one?)