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to say good-bye to their new, boy friends with whom they had become ac-
quainted on Mars, but soon they came aboard and we were off with a whizz.
We had been in the air three hours when I happened to look out the win-
dow just in time to see Harold Smith go head first out of the ship.
'lGad," he said, as he fell through space, "That wasn't the washroom after
It took six men to keep Lucille Dickinson from jumping out of the window,
also, but we put her in a rope-shouldered straightjacket and quieted her down.
We arrived back on the earth just as the mystic shades of night were draw-
ing their curtains across the broad expanse of the Pacific and I immediately went
home and took the cat out of the pickled herring barrel and, greatly relieved,
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PON your graduation, you may enter the University of South
Dakota upon presentation of a certificate from an accredited
high school showing 15 acceptable units for admission, or by taking
a special examination just before the 1932-33 term begins.
Courses will be offered in the following schools and colleges:
College of Arts and Sciences, School of Business Administra-
tiong School of Educationg College of Engineering, College of Fine
Artsg School of Lawg School of Medicineg and the Graduate School.
Write for Bulletin of Information
University of South Dakota
Vermillion, South Dakota
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Eugene Sherlock. He has gone sort of batty the last couple of years and only
this morning he convinced Dolly Long, Bernice McConnahay, Opal McNichols
and Ruth Mannerud that they were ostriches, and they are still down in the
children's playground on the third floor with their heads buried in the sandpilef'
'LToo bad," I said, "Boogle was always trying psychology on the girls any-
way-he was a devil with women."
There were a few people, whom I did not see among the crowd present, so
I went over to where Violet Hand, who had long since become Violet Willard,
was sitting and asked her if she knew what had become of those who weren't
"Haven't you heard?" she said. "Wilbur Bindenagel has become a High
Priest among the natives here on Mars. He has three hundred wives but they
can't manage him, he is always stepping out with some chorus girl or other.
Lois Knight, Irma Leckness, Ethylle Martin and Vera McNichols all ran away
to Chicago to become gangsters and they are doing pretty well for themselves,
although Al Capone is out again and giving them competition."
f'Wallace Mann and William Brandvold, as you probably read in the papers
started from the earth to come here in a home-made machine, but they missed
Mars and are still sailing through space. They expect to land some place or
other in a couple of hundred years, they said in a wireless dispatch."
"Elouise Brooks, Ted Rohrabaugh and Harriet Tobin are keeping books for
this establishment and are doing well for themselves. They seem to be making
more money than proprietor, Zola Jaehnf'
"Peggy Royhl, Irene Melbye, Wilma Miles and Evelyn Patterson all married
rich Martians and were reported to be very happy."
I said I could not see why the girls married those natives with so many
nice boys from the Earth around. Violet told me the girls were not seeing much
of why they married them either.
I left Mrs. Willard and went over to where a trio composed of Dwight
Damitz, Chalmer Polly and Charles Wertman were bringing back old memories
of school days by singing "Minnie, the Moocher," and other quaint old songs
that brought tears to the eyes of the listeners.
It was growing late and I thought I had better call for my check and go
over and pay Cashier Everett Irish. On my way over I saw Dorothy Sutera
leading her pet poodle dog around.. Dorothy always was complaining that she
had nothing to wear and that night she seemed to be wearing it. Dorothy and
Leola Taylor had struck it rich in a big way since they had taken up gold-
digging as a profession.
I left the Night Club and returned to the air-liner where things were being
made ready for the return trip. Isabel Steichen and Arlene Storrs were already
aboard and waiting. Each had a sack of peanuts, and they were busily engaged
in feeding the monkeys, who were numerous around the premises. Roy zum
Brunnen was getting a large share of the peanuts also, as he was unnoticed by
In a few minutes the passengers were assembled and ready to go, The ship
was detained ten minutes in waiting for Verda Wetrich and Gertrude Tobin
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O HE SCHOOL OF MINES is an engineering educational institu-
Ly- tion located in an engineering country, equipped with engineer-
' ing apparatus, attended by engineering students, and its graduates
are leaders in the engineering profession. The quality of work is
L' evidenced by the constantly increasing student attendance. The reg-
GJ istration in recent years is as follows:
A 1920-21 ................ 147 1926-27 .... .... 2 54
Q1 ' 1921-22 -- .... 188 1927 28 .... .... 3 03
1922-23 -- ..... 202 1928-29 .... .... 3 52
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Ten per cent of the students enrolled this year transferred from
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