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Page 44 text:
Then his gightless
5 I I I I I eyes rested on John Soh-
6 F neider and Paul Erie. A
g fa J change came into his
rm g U
5 face as he turned upon
Q ij them, It was B. while be
' .. - .
9 ui, f A g " E U' fore he took his eyes
f ' ,N Nod: ! ! ,,., from them, but then he
f turned to Jason and said
"I would that you stay
by me for a while, stay and have sight of those who play: and
when you have seen the fumbles and bad passes, it may be that
help will come from you to them.
Youn Sonny Tiegen who sat by AV-- V
Mr. Glesne and kept the water vessel '73
filled and the fn-st-am 1111: handy, ..
rushed to the tired and thirsty
players with the shining vessel 1
swinging at his sides. He had deep
blue eyes and a face that smiled at
every glance that was given him and Mg y
every word that was said to him. Mr.
Glesne would have the boy sit beside Qijn
him on the bench, and the 111 humors
that often came upon him would o at 'f lu'
the words and the smile of Sonny. ' ' l"'
Page 45 text:
ND now while the First Mate was training his team
to row faster, there came huge men, from the land
of St. Ansgar,clad in the best of armor and ready
to overtake the Argonauts.
Straightway they pushed in upon the Argonau-
ts thinking to bare them down and overwhelm them. But, as the
skillful stearsmen keep the ship from being overwhelmed by the
mOHstrous waves, so Mr. G1esne's men baffled theirushusnof St
All the Argonauts now boarded the Argo to take sail into the
sea of basketball. But when they came to the ship, Mr. Glesne,
the First Mate, told them they would have to go abroad without
their shlpmate, Lloyd Anderson.
And as they traveled on, they heard a sound coming from the
distance UCheer1o my Dearlon. They stole
softly off to find a
huge crowd gathered in a great hall. Fair maidens and gentlemen
f 3 ' ie?
. ' ll - 4
One of the
which the Play
saw was a strange char-
acter who changed from
one person to another
and whose chief express-
ion was nChecr1o my Deaf
r1o,U C played by Jean
were there to perform before the people of their own land.
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