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94 EASTERN ECHO
YOU NAME IT!
THAT MONDAY DATE in March finds 4G CONCENTRATIN' on
a bookkeeping exam. 'LEVEN THIRTY came around, and st-ill
balanced balance sheets were IN THE GLOAMING. Like the rest, I,
too, had TIME ON MY HANDS. TROUBLE iw-as hea-ded for ME. If
only bkk-p. sets were JUST FRIENDS to us, instead of STRANGERS!
Some lad star-ts to wihistlle HOLD THAT TIGER. We know, of
course, that he is only WHISTLING IN THE DARK. About this time
everyone takes on that SLEEPY TIME DOWN SOUTH aspect. With
damp eyes we look alt t'he teacher. WAS THAT THE HUMAN THING
TO DO? Slowly he shakes this head, and through his gaze replied, I
CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE. Later on he'll say, ASK
YOUR MOTHER to write -down how much H. W. you do each RM."
I feel those VVOOD-SHANTY BLUES comin-g on already!
No! VVait a bitt! YES! A Balance Sheet at last! Hotcfha, vo-de-
o-do, and also razma-taz! I'm singin' a NEW SONGg THE SUN'S IN
MY HEART, THERE'S A RAINBOW 'ROUND MY SHOULDER,
MY BLACKBIRDS ARE BLUEBIRDS NOW, and incidently, am I
GLAD ITS OVER? -Yank.
"Business is dull," remarked the scissor grinder.
"Looking up," declared the astronomer.
"Dead," said the undertaker.
"Fine,i' said the judge.
"Looking .bet-ter," said t'he beauty doctor.
"Fair," said the car conductor.
"Rotten," said the eggman. V
"Pretty softf, sa-id t'he mattress maker.
"Light," said the gas man.
"Hard to beat," said the bass d-rummer.
"lust sew sewf' said the seamstress.
"Bum," said the Hobo.
"Looking brighter," said the boot black.
The preacher, who was last, admitted that he was working to beat
the devil. I
SONGS OF 1A
"After All, You're All I'1n After."-Fifty whole marks.
f'Oh Sweet Mystery of Life."-That unknown quantitv of Hx".
"Can't Remember."-In the exam. '
"Little VVhite Lies."-9.05 -in the office.
"Three Little VVor!ds."-Remain afiter school.
"Chee-r UD."-You can't get less than zero.
"That's All."-If it only were.
"Why is there a Rainbow in the Sky?"-Physics question.
"Blue Again."-Before the exam.-and after.
"One Heavenly Night."-Fridav night.
i'Chant .of the Jungle."-IA. without a tea-cher.
'Laughmg at Life."-Firs-t Forms.
-E. Hunter, IA.
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