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X PHOTOGRAPH' FROtil "THE 'NAPS' TRAINING QUARTERS
Larry Lajdie, King of the Swatters? Selecting-a War-Club at the Cleveland
Training Camp, Pensacola," FJa.
S o o-
MARRIED VS; SINGLE
The new curate had Organized ,a
football club, and the'b'and was on
the field b celebrate, the occasion of
its1 opening game a": match, Married
vs. Single. The benedicks, mainly by
the; aid of bne'Nupkins.' Were leading
by two goals at "half-time.' Just as
they were about to restart hews' ar
rived of a railway accident'with'f atal
"I'm in, a bit of quandary, sir,"
observed Nupkins to the curate. "My
missus was in. thaj. there.jtrainl"
"Dear me, Nupkins,. I'm sorry 'to
hear it," was the" reply: "You're nat-.
urally anxious; to get-awayi" ' 1
"No, no", sir; it' ain't that;" observed
the possibly bereaved one:' "I- ,was
only thinking that- if anything hap
pened to Emma I ought to beplay
ing; fqr the-single chapsjthis half, so
T thoughfras how.itfd be bettertill
jee hear, for-certain, if' erees' j
" KYOR.ICK. VOU ARENVV
'P-me onLy oead head;