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"What is your name?" asked the
new teacher ofthe first boy in line.
"Tom," said the boy.
"No, it isn't Tom, it's Thomas."
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the next boy.
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SPEAKING OF APPLES
Schoolmaster Now, if your moth
er gave you a large apple and a small
one, and told you to decide with your
brother, which apple would ,you give
Johnny D'you mean my big
brother or my little brother? Pitts
burg Chronicle. ..