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Ghz Qlririszdlirest 1935
right and signify their intention to turn a cornerj, form orderly lines at the
drinking fountains, hang their coats on specified hooks, hold their handkerchiefs
over their noses when sneezing, wash their fins before entering the library, and
above all, use af tray in the cafeteria.
Sam's so-'ourn here was brief. Soon, as an obscure member of a large group of
fish, he was given some sound advice and bundled off. His destination didn't worry
Sam much. He simply followed the crowd. He was pondering on this when he
looked up and saw before him a coral castle, beautiful against the wavy green
background of the ocean. Sam stared, his mouth open and his fins moving absently.
As he heard the swish of the seaweed at his feet, and felt the cool water at his gills,
he had a mental picture of a silver gull, soaring. Sam's mind was so far away that he
didn't see his companions entering one of the three large doors in the castle,
chattering about commonplace things.
His reverie was interrupted by a down-to-earth voice at his elbow. "Hi,
littlest. Better shut your mouth, or somebody'll look' down and see your tonsilsf'
"Yes'm," Sam gulped, adjusting his face and turning to see a neat, gray
lady-fish by his side. NI was only-that is, I wonder-.U
"Oh, you'll catch on," said the fish consolingly. "Everybody does. Thisf'
she announced, "is the Glass Aquarium, and I am Carrie Catfish." She tucked her
fin in Sam's and led him up the steps. She was adept at dodging the eels and
crayfish that lounged about, but Sam was tripped up several times.
"You've got a lot to learn yet," she told him. "VVhy, you don't even know
"Mrs, Gregory?" asked Sam. because he thought it was his turn to say
"Ch, she's the dowager queen of the hermit crabs. They're not a bad lot.
after you get used to 'em. 'Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and others
have greatness thrust upon themf You can use that if you ever have to make a
speech. Mrs. Gregory doesn't care." W
Sam wanted to stop and take his bearings, but Carrie hurried him into the
lobby. l'Always wear green shirts and blue ties," she told him, "and keep your
socks down. It's a tradition. Looks funny, but you kind of get used to it.
"By the way-if you hear anything unusual, don't look around. It's Everett.
They say he's harmless, but you never can tell.',
"Everett-who's Everett P"
"Everett," she informed him solemnly, "keeps time."
"Time! time! You know-chewing gum, sixty minutes: late to class, thirty
iiiinutes.-Wait! if you want to know what time is, pull that chain on that post,
twicef' She giggled, and because Sam always did what he was told, and because
he was really interested in time, he pulled the chain-hard. He was rewarded by