Like the Krazy Kats, getting a copy of a Scrappy cartoon with its original titles is very rare among the collectors' and traders' circuits, so I can only come up with four examples of original titles taken from my own collection.
The first set comes from the earliest Scrappy cartoon I have in its original condition - The Beer Parade (released 4th March 1933). Apologies for the silhouettes partly-obscuring the bottom-edge, as these shots were taken from a screening:
And, of course, the endcap:
Many of you who have read Leonard Maltin's book "Of Mice & Magic" will recognise the opening title below. This one is taken from I Want To Be An Actress (18th July 1937):
The closing title card:
Towards the end of 1939, the Scrappy (and Krazy Kat) cartoons were becoming out-of-favour with the cinema-going public (when you consider that the majority of these cartoons were directed by Allen Rose, can you really blame them?), and so were replaced by B&W one-shot series Phantasies (that title always make me thinks of "phantoms", for some reason) and Fables. But Scrappy wasn't going without a fight, and so did star in a handful of Phantasies/Fables up until his swan-song cartoon The Little Theatre in 1941. The opening title below is taken from Man of Tin (23rd February 1940), where it indicates that this Phantasy features Scrappy:
As I've mentioned before, I don't have many of these cartoons with their original titles, but I do have this particular gem: the screenshots below are taken from Scrappy's Boy Scouts (2nd January 1936), where a special set of titles were made. You can just make out silhouettes of Scrappy and his gang marching on the background (apologies if these aren't in good-enough quality):