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S. L. T.: "Did you see Lydia? - what she said FU
L. R. "I'm never there on time but I'm strong at
R. E. N.: "Haveiyou been to the inlirmatory yet P"
A. . H.: "just hear the silence."
D. C. F. Qtranslating Germanj: "We could not play
except when the wind blowedf'
L. C. S.: "You have to have activity to keep going."
M. S. H.: "I think one quart of milk will be enough."
M. V. B.: "No-a quart is to-o much. I think three
pints will be enoughf,
E. A. R.: "I was lying on the bed and I heard a
robin sing so I thought I'd go and study."
E. V. T.: "Wl1at do you call it when a thing is
cleaned antiseptically ?"
I. F. N.: "Db you call that pulverizedf'
L. R. "I jumped two feet standing still."
D. B.: 'D-o we go to the May breakfast Monday
R. lf. Qin History of Art classj : "Miss Howey, I've
never read in the Bible about the healing
of the Delmonico Bayf,
E. VV. tSunday nightj : "Has the mail come in yet ?"
L. R. I.: "Yes, there are two walking in now.',
DR. INIARTIN Qin Ethicsj: "Is individualism a first
cousin to justice ?"
M. B. S.: "No, farthest removed." p
H, V. Cin the newsj : "Mn Wainwright, the English
aviator, will take a fly tomorrow from Lon-
don to Manchester"-the poor little insect.