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SO HE WAS
Beautifully engraved diplomas are
being handed out to first graduates
of the new school of instruction here
This is the kjnd of day that makes
our Sporting Editor happy. Sure they
serve drinks' In the press box at the
Sox ball" park.
. In Italy 990 hermits live in moun
tain caves, according to government
statistics; Three are centenarians,
16 over 95, and all others over 70.
If ev'ry king who starts a war
Wasmade to, meet the other
Soon ev'iy man In, ev'ry land
Would call each other "Brother."
Some kings just love to start a row,
And slaughter they delight in,
But they slt-at the telephone
While qthere do the fightin'.
Washington newspapers tell of a
diplomat's wife who wears her crest
qnher stockings. What beats us is
hw"tbose Washington reporters see
There's many a guy th't's lookin'
f er. somethtn' t' hatch frum china
WINTER, Bum, Broke. 'SPRING,
Work, Doing Pine. SUMMER, Doing
Great Raise, Vacation. PALL, Back,
"Had Fine Time," BROKE.
Our greatest glory is not in never
falling, but in rising every time- we
Lillie Bug Here you are, late
Willie, Bug Yes, but you'll have
to admit jthat I am right on time.
My Robr" old nose keepings run
ning. What can I do for it? L, K.
Where 'o hankee?
I'have'two invitations. If you were
in my place, which would yau ac
l L y,
Patient I hear they're saying that
Mr. Jones, the man you've been
treating for heart trouble, has died
Doctor -Sir, when I treat a man
for heart trouble, he dies of heart