There is something reverent and gratifying about looking though old yearbooks. Since Concordia no longer officially prints these books full of memories, it is enjoyable to flip through pages of past Cobbers' lives and remembrances. I am particularly attached to the first few Concordia yearbooks because the upperclassmen included quotes about themselves alongside their photo. Here are a few that I found especially profound or funny taken from the 1923 publication:
"Chase me girls, I'm full of fun."
"Luck is a good word, but pluck means more."
"We laugh with him; we laugh at him; he keeps us laughing all the time."
"The world knows only two, that is Edison and I."
"Gone daft about a woman, and he an eddicated man."
"Contented, laughing, cheerful, her smile will never fade."
"A preacher's son ain't always good-look at me."
"Books are my chief enjoyment."
"I'm sporty, but nobody knows it."
"No matter what the subject may be, you can trust me to disagree."
"When play and duty clash let duty go to smash."
"I'm so busy studying I have no time for classes."
"It is better to be alone than to be in bad company."
"I found C.C. to be the best place after all."