Link for Mary Schneider 1936:
LANGUAGE IN THE HALLS
If students talked as poets sang
Instead of using vulgar slang'
If flowery phrases would abound
How different would the halls resound
A young man bumps into another
He says Move your carcass brother'
If he thought in poetic sense
He would say 'Take thyself hence'
The young man sees a creature fair
He talks of that swell looker there
But one of more romantic mind
She IS indeed a lovely find
If one would listen in some day
He'd surely hear the brief O K
To the poet this phrase would be
Yes madam if it pleaseth thee
And very often some one names
The skirts he knows and frails and dames.
The bard his interest never fades
In all the wenches damsels maids
The young moderns are very fond
Of hot lips and suicide blonde
And never again shall we hear
Of rose red lips and raven hair
To speech of yore I'd not go back
But modern slang my ears does rack
If a medium were only heeded
I'd feel my poem had succeeded