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"Here she comes!" announced
Payne to districated Clyde, two hours
later. "Well, my dear?" he interro
gated his fiancee.
"She is expecting you," said Miss
Lansing to Clyde..
"You mean it?" he cried, springing
to his feet with an exultant cry.
"Certainly," nodded Miss Lansing
in her sprightly way. "She has prom
ised to come to our wedding."
"Oh, you are a magician!" cried the
He shook hands -with both of them.
He started up to rush away to his in
amorata like some radiant schoolboy.
He- grabbed for his coat, as he
"Hold on there!" challenged Payne
with a laugh. 'That's my coat!"
Clyde dropped the garment in ques
tion as though it was red hot
"Trouble enough already from that,
eh?" laughed Payne.
"Yes, but it's all mended now!"
fairly cheered Clyde Brewster and
bounded for the street and May!
(Copyright by W. G. Chapman.)
IT MAY BE A BOY'S GAME, BUT GIRLS ARE IN IX
Dual track and field meets between girls' colleges may soon be ex
pected. This photograph shows Miss Mary Woodward of Lasell college,
Riverside, Mass., clearing the bar to tie Miss Carol Rice, champion girl
groad jumped, in the high jump. Outdoor athletics are becoming quite
popular in the girls' school of the east.
A spotless tablecloth, smooth and , Keep eggs in a cool, dry place.
straight, is essential to the enjoy
ment of a meal.
Eggs absorb flavors, and should be
kept in a. covered disk