Say, did you catch that latest joke in the "Aggievator?" It's bound to "set the tongues to wagging!"
The Aggievator, a campus-based humor magazine, made its appearance in 1924. It carried the inscription: "Entered as second rate humor in the interest of the Press Club, Oklahoma A&M College, for the benefit of the stadium fund. Elmo D. Flint, 1924, morally responsible."
For over thirty years, students were urged to "take a chance on your reputation and buy a copy of the mealy, moth-eaten Aggievator." At the same time, campus administrators could only hold their breaths and try not to act too shocked over the publication's jokes and cartoons.