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William Collier, the famous come
dian, recently told this story in the
library of the Lamb's club.
"Once.'he said, "an Irishman was
the "center of a group of .Englishmen,
who were making sport of him. ' At
last one of the Englishmen said:
"Pat, your hairis like a haystack."
"Sure," says Pat, "that's just what
I thought when I saw sp many asses
standing around itr-begorraJ' . ,. -4.