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' "Do you regret, my good man,"
said the judge, "having killed the
pedestrian with your golf ball?"
"Yes, saiu tue confirmed player,
with tears in his eyes; "I do. If he
hadn't got in the way, I'l have made
that hole in one less than bogie."
"You always seem .to have money,
Jack. How do you manage it?"
"Well," said Jack,- jingling the
loose coins in his pocket, "I live at
home with the old man'f. o. b."
"What do you mean by f. o. b.?"
"Doesn't that stand for free on.
board?" N. Y. World.