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WHAT DO YOU MEAN "GETTING
INTO A SCRAPE?"
The first man who ever "got into a
scrape" has no place in history, but
tradition tells us that his troubles
date back to Merrie England and the
time when deer ran wild in the for
est. Traveling, as they did, in herds,
the deer cut deep gullies or "deer
scrapes" through the woods, and
many an unwary woodsman fell into
them, often to his peril and always to
his discomfort. Hence getting into
ft "scrape" originally meant tumbling
into a deer run or "deer scrape," but
long after "deer scrapes" were for
gotten the expression continued in
use, to describe predicaments of all
AVERTING TROUBLE .
"Y-yes, mother, I've b-been swim
ming. I went in to g-get these
w-water lilies." Judge.
Keep a box on the back porch for
rubbish, and the yard wiu be much,
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