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"Why was that?"
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tomers and take sides accordingly,
but yesterday he guessed wrong four
jtimes." Louisville Courier-Journal.
SEIZING THE ADVANTAGE
"What are you boys making such
a racket down there for?"
"Why, we're two big nations gone
"But what are you both pummel
ing poor little Freddie for?"
"Oh, he'a neutral bo he can't fight"