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THE WARRIOR 5 9
Moses: Sayf l've found a whole bunch of liners in this old "Beaver" They sure
are great! We'll take some of these and it will be a cinch then to write the Senior
liners. We won't have to use our heads any. How is this one for Randle?
Jim: Which one?
Moses: Listen, "lf he had a spark of genius, he watered it."
Jim: Yah, that's line, but don't you think it would suit someone else better?
You for example.
Moses: Maybe we hadn't better use this one. then.
All right. Where's another one? See. this is going to be easy, just pick
out and write them down.
Moses: Here's one for Carrie, "A woman's heart, like the moon, always has a
Gosh nol That would make her sorer than a boil, she'd never speak to
us again. Let's see that book, maybe I can do better.
leson, if he
Just as you say.
This one suits Mae to a tee. "Why hurry me so? You'll make me slim."
Yeh, but let's don't get personal.
That's right, you're not so slim yourself. Here's a dandy for Dick Bur-
was a Senior, "Yeas, I'm heahf'
Absolutely, but he ain't, so progress onward.
Say, did you see that joke over here?
No. Where is it?
Here it is. That's some joke! I had to stay in the other night.
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58 THE WARRIOR
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The entrance of the two boys did not disturb the young man seated in a huge,
padded chair by the window, at whose side a large phonograph well stocked with records
stood, He was evidently talking to someone but who the boys could not ascertain as
the chair, in which he sat, was so large that it deadened the sound of conversation to a
Snubs and Kenneth in fear of pursuit dived under the bed. Prom there they
could hear the man quite well. Snubs peeped out from under the bed and saw that
the man was talking vehemently into a phone-like instrument. "Many authorities
advise the appliance of force to correct any moral defects of the child, but I consider
this an incorrect and even harmful method of procedure," he was saying. "In these
modern days when nearly every child is precocious, and all are educated far beyond
their years, they should be shown the correct thing and in nine cases out of ten, the
child will use his own judgment for the right."
"Why the big fake," Kenneth Whispered. "Percy hasn't got a radio at all. We
ought to put a stop to this."
But Snubs was already crawling out from under the bed and towards the orator's
chair. It was only the work of a second to clap a hand over the invalid's mouth, bind,
and gag him. The man made no resistance when they removed the phone-instrument
from his hand and started speaking into it.
"This is New York, K. Z. H. speaking" Snubs began. Pause.-"We have just
received official notice, that the biggest hum-bug of the United States has been dis-
covered. He was located in Tulipville and his name is Percy Marks. For nearly a
month he has been fooling the citizens of the town with a certain radio by giving them
fake speeches and phonograph concerts. lf he is now present in his front room, l'm
sure he'll be charmed to guide the members of the 'Ladies' Aid" to his cousin's room
where the speaker is. If he's afraid he's a coward and he's already a fake, and a cheat
and a swindler and a liar."
In the front room consternation fell. Nothing like this had happened in Tulip-
ville since the time Eliza Hokums pretended she had a millionaire fiance in the city.
Percy got very red in the face trying to explain matters. In the end he was forced to
conduct the ladies to the back room. As he entered, Snubs and Kenneth departed, via
"Oh Gosh!" Snubs said. "We left our cake under the bed, but anyway Percy is
And that's why the second Edison will never come from Tulipville.
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