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SQUARE DEAL 3
treasurer, Ted Bowers. Ann Griesbauer was president of
the Dramatic Club and Philip Donaldson was vice-presi-
dent. Peggy Appleman was president of the Host and
Hostess Club and Anson Biggs was president of the Red
Cross Committee. The Shakespearean play, "As You Like
lt," was presented by some of our graduates. Fourteen
pupils were on the stage crewg thirteen were on the honor
roll g nineteen received their first letter, eleven their second 3
and Dot Shelton, Doris Randall, and Douglas Spencer re-
ceived their third letters. So you see, my dear XNats0n,
we had a very good graduating class without any murders
or serious accidents.-Dorofliy Parc DBI.
FUZZBOX AND HIS NEW
Something's going to happen. Don't ask me what be-
cause I haven't the faintest idea. Oh-oh, here it comes! I
knew it! Another cat! Imagine that! QAha, going on
in the lines of a poet. Pretty good if I do say so myself.j
l'I,11l, better put up my stitfest front and act fierce, or that
crazy kitten'll think he can put something over on me.
Meow-w-w-w. In Cat language that means, "You'd bet-
ter watch your step."J Huh! The little shrimp doesn't
pay any attention to mc. Humph. Tsk-tsk-tsk, what can
we do about it? I'll show him how fierce I can be.
Meow-w-w-w-w. There, that ought to scare him. Why,
he doesn't even notice. Now, where's that stupid kitten
going? VVell, would you look at that? First he dares to
come in my house, and now he is drinking out of my
special bowl. Tsk-tsk-tsk. Say, it looks as if he is going
to light me. Owl My tail!
Hey, don't do that. Don't you know you're scratching
my nose? Oh! oh, I've just discovered lilll needed lip-
stairs now. Goodbye. Thank goodness, he's too small to
go up steps.
Ah! Safe under the bed at last. I only came up here
because the light hurt my eyes. Oh, no, I didn't run away
from him. Vllhy, I think I'll go down there right now
and show him what stuff we Fuzzboxes are made of.
llleowl That's my battle cry. On second thought, I be-
lieve l won't. l might lun't him. VVell, l'll settle with
him tomorrow. For the present I think 1'll go . . . to. . .
sleep.-Kaffe Rutherford, SA2.
HOT DOGS AND ICE CREAM
The electric clock ticks, "Click, click,'l and sets off the
I2 180 bell. The teacher calls, "Class excused l" There is
a rush and if you were standing against the corridor wall
opposite the room you would see all the doors Hing open
and a class of children rush out. ON e don't think the
teachers rush, but we'll bet they are plenty glad when the
You would probably hear this: 'fHey, buddy, come
back and walk g one step at a timeg quit hghtingf' These
phrases all go to make the joy of a traffic boy's duty. After
about ten minutes you walk down the noiseless hall. You
pass by the teachers' lunchroom, whence issue sounds of
laughter and chatter.
Next you come to the pupils' lunchroom. If you have
a weak heart or are very nervous don't go there. Several
hundred other children are making a deafening noise talk-
ing and eating. lf when opening your lunch bag you find
that you have a sandwich you don't like you immediately
olfer to trade it with some one for a kind you do like.
lflaving done this, you begin to discuss the person at the
next table, about such details as whether you like the way
she has her hair fixed or not. Wlhen you have finished giv-
ing her the "once over" you suddenly realize that you have
been waving a piece of cake in the air during your criti-
cism. XVhen you have eaten this choice tidbit your in-
terest is at once attracted to the baseball diamond, where
the boys are having a game.
Meanwhile the books are having recess in the lockers,
gloomily reflecting on how they have been treated during
"Did you notice," says the Latin book to the English-in-
Action, "how cruelly 1ny mistress treated 1116 during the
third period this morning? NVhy, you'd almost think that
she didn't love every page in me, particularly the ones
that contain verbs." "Yes," replies the English-in-Action,
"l've noticed how she treats you. I should think she would
favor you because she spends so much of her time with
you. W'ell, I guess she doesn't realize that if it weren't
for us her time in school would be useless." "How dumb
pupils are!" chorus all the books in unison.
Then the 12:-L5 bell rings and all the books put on their
afternoon sliiiles.-A115011 Biggs, SJB1, Virginia Howard,
9131, llifargarzft Linscl, SJB1.”