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Page 15 text:
I leave Waldo, my dissected biology cat,
to a squeamish eighth grader
Teachers and homework
My worst grades to the smartest 8th grader, so
that hisfher grades may be brought back to normal
Good luck to all 7th and Sth graders who are tall
for I am short
I hereby leave my dimples, and my sixty-seven
inches to a short, deserving 9th grader-to-be
To Bill Long a slightly used piece of bubble
gum, one broken shoelace, and I leave my per-
mission for Bill to throw Mr. Del Greco in the
showers March 14 because that is his birthday
To Linda Chuderewicz, the dirty shorts I used for
track, and all my overdue library books
A good Junior High Band
The teachers of the school
To all poor souls in the 8th grade, Mr. Endlich
The least of what I did-for the best of them
To Glen Porter my algebra assignments
To Gary Gogolin my job as scorer for the
The possession of locker F72
My dissected biology cat to the eighth grade,
with hope of bettering their scientific knowledge
My first name to any prospective dairy farmer
Nothing - because I came with nothing
To Judy Huber three ten page essays from my
home room teacher, Mr. Murphy
To Mr. Endlich, a set of wheels
My cherished home room W7
My wonderful literature notes
My Spanish book to be used in Miss Greco's 5th
My padded paddles to the 8th graders
Miss Rettinger's assignments
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