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A well-known New Jersey doctor
was playing golf with a well-known
New Jersey minister.
"Well, what are we playing for?"
asked the doctor.
"Why, it's rather out of my line to
put up anything," replied the minis
ter. "Well," insisted the doctor, "we
ought to play for something, so I'll
put up a pill and you put up a prayer."
Leader of Prisoners in Penitentiary
Warden, we want permission to
form a new club in the prison. .
Warden What kind of a club?
Leader An outing club!