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Avaunit, avaunt, foul Hend! Thou drag'st me not
Into this storm of censure all alone! I
I swear I did not pen all of this rot-
Some others had a hand in it, I own!
Blame them, too, wilt thou? With equality
Distribute thy harsh words o'er all the staff.
Yet stay-I'll take the blame. I challenge thee
To make me wretched! I Will only laugh.
You say our book's 'fno goodn? Well, maybe so.
You say it's Hamateurish through and through"
Well, you just try to put one out-I know
Yours will be poor and amateurish, too.
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4, '5-' IM was a little boy who lived in a little house in the heart of
S F' the forest. He loved to raise chickens, cows, and other
Q was. Jim built rabbit traps, fox traps, and many other kinds,
55" 3-P Q11 and he also went hunting with his father and killed lots of
game, Every morning he went and fed his cattle and chickens and then
to his traps. He often caught many rabbits and other things.
Jim was now a man. One night when he was going to sleep he heard
something down at the barn, but thinking it wasn't anything, he did not
go down there. The next morning early when he went to feed his cows
he found one cow dead and chicken feathers scattered everywhere and nine
chickens gone. So that night Jim stayed at the barn, hoping that it would
come hack, but not a thing came that night, so the nex morning Jim
thought it might have been a bear. He got up and got his gun and went
to see, if he couldf kill him. As he-came to a thick part of the forest he
looked around and there he saw a huge bear lying in the den with feathers
lying around. As the bear came to him he shot and killed, him,. and' then
,lim went to the den and there were four little baby bears. Jim skinned
itjhe bear and took the little ones home and raised them up to big tame
Jim was getting old and he fed his bears and gave them meat and let
them sleep in a little house he built for them. I
' -J. T. PATTERSON, ,
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I went to the Washingtoii Zoo
And saw the kangaroog
' I saw the llama
That lives in Bahama.
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animals, and grew up to be a great hunter, as his father
I saw while there
A great big bearg
For a poke in the eye
He will hug a guy,
Or pull his curly hair.
-JOHN CRONLY, IR.,
Form V, dye 10.
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The Editor of the 1929 RAPS midi TAPS wishes to make the following grateful
acknowledgments to those who have been of particular service in the work on this
To the entire Staff, for their splendid co-operation.
To Mr. D. C. lVIacBryde, who as Faculty Adviser has been of the greatest as-
sistance to the Editor. '
To Dr. Chamberlayne, for his helpful advice and for two articles.
To Mr. Hankins, for an article. '
To the teachers and boys of the Lower School, for their work .on the Lower
To Alumnus Ned Minor Archer, for a drawing.
To Miss Betty Joy Street, of St. Catherine's School, for two drawings.
To Jack Armistead, for an article.
To Whittet SL Shepperson, for their fine Work and valuable advice.
To Dementi Studio, for their co-operation.
To all of our Advertisers, for their generous response.
To the Boys of the School, for their whole-hearted support of the Annual and
for their patronage of our Advertisers.
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