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DAILY DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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HeleU oFcoorse HAD Togo out
Aho wear that tur. collar.
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Friend Say, Clarence, how does
yo' manage to shave a gennerman
what's got de SL Vitus dance?
Barber Hoh! Dat's e4sy! I jess
holds de razzah on his face and let's
him fiddle his whiskers off to suit
"Mamma, wheipeople are in
mourning, do they wear black night
gowns?" "Why, no, of course not"
"Well, don't they feel just as bad ati
night as they do in the daytime?"