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Page 37 text:
All the places that the Argonauts came unto and went past
need not be told. However some experiences are worth relating.
While going through a place known as Chemistry Class they barely
escaped a great explosion. They were making Esters Cor should
we say Esthersl and because one of the Argonauts did not follow
the directions of Mr. Glesne, the first mate, he heated his sol-
ution too strongly and suddenly to his surprise an ester explod-
ed, but our faces stung and we knew it was no joke.
Afterward, for several days no wind blew and Exper-
the sail of the Argo hung slack. But 'the heroes
swore to each other that they would make the ship go as swiftly
as they could. Mightily they labored at the oars and no one
would be first to leave his bookkeeping desk. And then just as
they were in the midst of their Potter Practice Set, spent with
labor, the oar that Herman still pulled at, slipped, and that
slip caused him a ninety-dollar deficit in his bookkeeping bal-
ance. Herman sat there in ill humor and threw up his hands for
he did not know what to do.
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Page 36 text:
s.,s,sA N September 5, 1939 the heroes went aboard. the
fi, Argo. They took thelr seats ln the assembly.
spoke to them all. "Heroes of the quest," said
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Q ,sg Then the Capta1n,. Mr. Sorknes, faged them and
the Captain, Uwe have come aboard the great ship
that was built for us.4 All that a ship needs is in its place or
is ready at cur, hands. All that we wait for now ls the looming
of the morn1ng's breeze that will set us on our way. I will lead
you with all the mind and all the courage that I possess and
help you bring back the Golden Fleece.
Now they were instructed to write on a small piece of paper
the way that they would like to go. This done, they waited for
the breeze of the morning that would help them on their way.
Jason's mother, who twelve years ago, stood
trembling at the door of the school house, now of
watched her son go down to the ship with gladness
in her heart. She heard the people glory in her son's splendid
appearance. "Ah," she said, "that I should live to see Jason
complete his quest of the Golden Fleece."
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Page 38 text:
'ya LL through the night they went on with a good
pf 5 breeze
filling their sails. And the next day they
Af! il came no a football field, No sooner aid they set
, e ,
feet upon ground than Jason and his team
went off into the field for the first game of the year. Now the
while they were there,they came upon a strange team heavily clad
and protected with helmets, Although the Argonauts were greeted
with courtesy and hospitality, all the opponents shouted at them
loudly, W We are football players and demand that any team which
comes into this field has to get into a game with us. That's the
law we have laid down. Unless you can stand up against us, you
cannot go back to your ship. If you don't abide by the football
rules something will happen to you.W The Apggnautg
were not dismayed at the words of their opponents' ball
One of them called, Bernard, stepped fgrward and
B81f33,'?We are ready to
obey the rules that you have U laid down
Willingly do we take up your challenge,and play a game with you.W
Then said Mr. Glesne, the first mate, WWe have come tO the
place where there are
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many gritters fixed as rock that will dash
against us unless we find a pass wh1ch'11
bring us to that goal line. I have been
told that the gritters are so perilous bew
cause of a hidden play which they used! TQ
no one have they told how the passage might
be made. But knowing how badly they defeat-
ed Plainview the week before,1t may be well
for us to play 'heads up' to 1t.'
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