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MR. WISE GUY
Mr. Wise Guy sat beside the road
watching his chauffeur doctor a
puncture. Presently a farmer, lead
ing a youthful calf, passed.
"Where'd you get the calf, Rube?"
Mr. Wise Guy inquired impudently.
"Set a hen on a bottle of milk,"
was the reply.
Ana Mr. wise uuy was mean
enough to threaten 'to fire the chauf
feur for laughing.
WHY FANS GO CRAZY
Mrs. Dents (at the ball game, ex
citedly). Isn't our pitcher perfectly
grand, Tyrus! He hits the club near
ly every throw! Puck.
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