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In Case you don't know us, he-re's an introduction
-I Jolly, full of pep and glee.
L' Lvp-to-date. alert are we:
N Neyer weary, ne'er depressed
I In work or play we do our hest
O Obstacles we do defy!
R Rah! Three cheers for 'Iunior Hil
l I Honor and order we esteem
I ln junior Hi these reign supreme.
G Bow to the hoys and girls. Jean!
H Of Course we have our geniuses!
XYHIXT IS SPRING?
Spring, Sunshine laden 3 and with honey for the heeg and for the tree. hlossoms,
many of themg it Comes with Flower and with leaf.
The yellow eatkins are covering the slender willows. On mossy hanks so green
starlike primroses are to he seeng each stream is yery llrightg and all ureliard trees
trees are great masses of white.
The lambs are hleating and eawing moles are liolding meetings in the elms.
Every hird is singing loudly. and the first white huttertly goes Hitting hy in the
Once there was a young woman of Clyde
Frutn eating green apples she flied.
The fruit that she ate
Thus led to her fate
and made cider inside her inside.
QUICK. DE,-XR PUPIIISI Answer the question.
Pete. the star student, wuz wanderin' around the halls wastin' time ht-tween
classes. He wauz ehewin' his gum loudly and with special vigor. llis pal, Re-
pete, watched him with suspishun, lcnnwin' that when Pete's jaws worked over-
time his lvrain wuz in a unusual state of agitashun. I'urty soon the star student
spake. "Onct upon a time," sez he, "there wuz a frog in a well that was thirty
feet deep. The frog' climlned up two feet every dayg hut for every twn feet that
the frog elimhed up, he slipped haelc one."
"Poor thing! Poor thing!" sez Repete. sympathizin' hearty with the dumb
ereeture. "And what is the end uv this sad tale 7'
"At last the frog got out of the well and hopped gleefully away." continued
Pete. "How many days did it take him to get out
"Thirty days." announced Repete promptly.
"'XYrongl" sez Pete, strollin' off to class and leavin' his friend seratchin' his
head and strugglin' with the knotty prohlum.
Now, I ask ya! How many days did it take the frog to get nut of the well?
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