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vas engagecLin similar pursuits.
It was a bad day for umpires.
Then the island dropped over the
horizon, and Bill was all alone on
"He cruised around for two
days, and the morning of the
third he sighted his old ship.
They'd been hunting for him.
When they took him aboa'rd Bill
wouldn't eat 'till he'd told about
the bears, and he wanted the cap
tain to go back and get 'em. Bill
wanted to take the "bunch barn
storming over the States, figuring
he could pick up a lot of change
with the only polar bear baseball
teams in captivity. The cap
balked. Said he'd wasted enough
time looking for Bill.
"The ship came into port all
right, and Bill was telling that
story all the way. Had a hard
time making people believe it,
rtThat don't sound very good
"to me," jeered "Flash" Martin.
"Looks like your friend was long
on imagination and short on
Not Much Chancre.
Generally fair to-
I night and Sunday
for Chicago and vi
cinity; not - much
change in tempera
ture; variable winds,
In ancient times poets courted
their loves with the lyre.
Women are still used ,to being
courted by Ears.
A RURAL DIALOGUE.
"Hear erbout th barn dance ?.
"Gave or goin' to be ?" U
"Tryin' ter be got up." j
"Nope. What erbout it?"
"Dunno. Ain't been bid ter go .,
' "Shucks." "I
"You goin'?" j
"Dunnq. Ain't bid anybodytet
Use worn out white socks for .
wash rags. Cut away the foot, j
Fold the top double and hem of
overcast the edges. Edges may ;
be bound and a strap lastened
across the center to slip the hand
from sitting on a door knob asJ
from sitting on an egg and id
lasts longer. - '-
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